Why is it important to perform early ultrasound screening of arteries in patients with reduced thyroid function?
The thickness of the CMM is a sonographic marker of early atherosclerotic lesion of the vascular wall and reflects not only local changes in the carotid arteries, but also indicates the spread of atherosclerosis.
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