The European Thyroid Journal (ETJ) publishes papers reporting original research in basic, translational and clinical thyroidology. The journal is fully open-access, ensuring the highest impact for authors publishing in ETJ.
There are clear challenges to managing thyroid disorders in children and young people including more aggressive disease and greater concerns about the long-term effects of therapy. This special topic collection on pediatric thyroid disease brings together high quality articles on the management of diverse aspects of paediatric thyroid diseases.
Comments from Editor-in-Chief Professor Simon Pearce – University of Newcastle
"The management of thyroid disease in childhood holds special challenges and children cannot be treated as small adults. Europe is home to many of the world’s leading authorities on paediatric thyroidology and this special topic collection from European Thyroid Journal includes some important papers including the recent ETA guidelines on management of paediatric Graves’ disease. I hope you enjoy reading the collection."
2022 European Thyroid Association Guideline for the management of pediatric Graves’ disease
Christiaan F Mooij et al.
Overdiagnosis of Juvenile Thyroid Cancer
Toru Takano et al.
The Efficacy and Short- and Long-Term Side Effects of Radioactive Iodine Treatment in Pediatric Graves’ Disease: A Systematic Review
Sarah L. Lutterman et al.
Recommendations on Surveillance for Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma in Children with PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome
L.A. Jonker et al.
Diagnostic accuracy of ultrasonographic features in detecting thyroid cancer in the transition age: a meta-analysis
Alessia Cozzolino et al.
High Prevalence of Hearing Impairment in Primary Congenital Hypothyroidism
Tal Almagor et al.
Initial response of young people with thyrotoxicosis to block and replace or dose titration thionamide
Claire L Wood et al.
Clinical Heterogeneity of Differentiated Thyroid Cancer between Children Less than 10 Years of Age and Those Older than 10 Years: A Retrospective Study of 70 Cases
Yuwei Liu et al.
Improving the Dutch Newborn Screening for Central Congenital Hypothyroidism by Using 95% Reference Intervals for Thyroxine-Binding Globulin
Kevin Stroek et al.
Analyzing the Role of DICER1 Germline Variations in Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma
Sule Canberk et al.
Tissue sensitivity to thyroid hormones may change over time
Giorgio Radetti et al.
The joint effect of congenital hypothyroidism and hypercaloric diet consumption as triggers of type 2 diabetes mellitus
Jorge Alberto Tapia-Martínez et al.
Efficacy of a Salt Iodization Program on Iodine Status and Intakes in Schoolchildren of São Miguel Island, Azores, Portugal
Catarina Senra Moniz et al.
Benefits of rescreening newborns of mothers affected by autoimmune hypothyroidism
Paolo Cavarzere et al.
Usefulness of thyroid function assessment in infants born to mothers with thyroid dysfunction during pregnancy
Zohar Steinberg Ben-Zeev et al.
Congenital Hypothyroidism due to a Low Level of Maternal Thyrotropin Receptor-Blocking Antibodies
Solène Castellnou et al.
Inherited Selenocysteine Transfer RNA Mutation: Clinical and Hormonal Evaluation of 2 Patients
Aurore Geslot, Frederique Savagner, and Philippe Caron
Thyroid function tests, incongruent internally and with thyroid status, both in a pregnant woman and in her newborn daughter
Federica D’Aurizio et al.