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Year : 1979  |  Volume : 11  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 151-153

Salivary excretion of orally administered radio-iodine

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V S Gokhale

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. Radioactive-iodine (I131) was administered to twelve normal healthy volunteers in a doss of ten microcuries before and after thyroxine/iodine therapy. Salivary excretion at 30 minutes and thyroid uptake. at 2 hours and at 24 hours after administration of 1131 were measured and com-pared. The results show that the salivary excretion of iodine does not seem to depend on TSH.


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