hrp0084p3-1227 | Thyroid | ESPE2015
, Sasaki Takako
, Ushijima Kikumi
, Nishioka Junko
, Koga Yasutoshi
Background: Graves disease (GD) is most prevalent autoimmune disorder in adult. The annual incidence in adult woman is approximately 0.5 in 1 000, and in adult men is one tenth as common as in women. GD is rare in children, with an annual incidence of 0.8 in 100 000, and with six times more common in girls, thus, GD in boys is very rare. An annual incidence of GD under 10 year-old is extremely rare. Spontaneous transient thyrotoxicosis with pregnancy is sometimes happene...