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Which one of the following is the most likely explanation for hypothyroidism in a patient whose dietary iodine consumption is normal? A) greater secretion of T3 than T4. B) Grave's disease. C) reduced

Which one of the following is the most likely explanation for hypothyroidism in a patient whose dietary iodine consumption is normal?
A) greater secretion of T3 than T4.
B) Grave's disease.
C) reduced iodine excretion by the kidney.
D) under-secretion of thyroid-stimulating hormone.
E) over-secretion of thyrotropin releasing hormone.

Which one of the following is the most likely explanation for hypothyroidism in a patient whose dietary iodine consumption is normal? A) greater secretion of T3 than T4. B) Grave's disease. C) reduced iodine excretion by the kidney. D) under-secretion of thyroid-stimulating hormone. E) over-secretion of thyrotropin releasing hormone.

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