Cardiovascular system and metabolic effects of thyroid disease
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.
The journal recognises the importance of studies on the cardiovascular system and metabolic effects of thyroid disease and have collated a collection of high impact papers in the field to share.
Comments from Editor-in-Chief Professor Simon Pearce – University of Newcastle
"The impact of thyroid disorders on cardiac function and metabolic syndrome is often recognised by clinicians during day to day practice. I am delighted to share with you the recent cutting edge papers from European Thyroid Journal concerning this important topic. I hope you enjoy this topic collection, which spans the translational science of thyroid hormone action at the tissue level, as well as epidemiological and clinical studies of pathophysiology."
Effect of Thyroid Hormones on Adipose Tissue Flexibility
Lisa Volke and Kerstin Krause
Thyroid Hormones within the Normal Range and Cardiac Function in the General Population: The EPIPorto Study
João Sérgio Neves et al.
Cardiac Troponin Is Elevated in Patients with Thyrotoxicosis and Decreases as Thyroid Function Improves and Brain Natriuretic Peptide Levels Decrease
Natsuko Watanabe et al.
Arterial Stiffness and Blood Pressure in Patients Newly Diagnosed with Graves’ Disease Compared with Euthyroid Controls
Diana Grove-Laugesen et al.
Incidence of Thyroid Dysfunction Facing Metabolic Syndrome: A Prospective Comparative Study with 9 Years of Follow-Up
Ladan Mehran et al.
Triiodothyronine (T3), inflammation and mortality risk in patients with acute myocardial infarction
Salman Razvi et al.
Metabolic Changes after Radioiodine Correction of Grade 1 and Grade 2 Subclinical Hyperthyroidism
Lucia Russo et al.
Cardiac Metastasis from Medullary Thyroid Cancers with Long-Term Survival under Vandetanib
Camille Buffet et al.