Exophthalmos Myxedema Acropachy Syndrome: A Case Report
Exophthalmos, myxedema, and acropachy are collectively named Exophthalmos myxedema acropachy (EMA) syn-drome, which is a rare syndrome associated with hypertcardiotrophia. Among patients with hyperthyreosis, EMA has an incidence less than 1%. Here, we reported a case of EMA and explored its diagnosis and treatment.
|Issue||Vol 43 No 1 (2014)|
|Acropachy Exophthalmos Hyperthyreosis Myxedema|
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