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Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 4

Die kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 4 ist eine autosomal rezessive Erkrankung, die durch Mutationen im TSHB-Gen ausgelöst wird.

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Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma
Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 1
Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 2
Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 3
Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 4
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Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 5
Kongenitale Hypothyreose ohne Struma 6

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