The use of adaptive bioresonance therapy with endemic enlargement of the thyroid gland in adolescents
AUTHORS : Shekhab L.F.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Tver, Russia
YEAR : 1997 | Category : Type of application
Endemic enlargement of the thyroid gland is the most common pathology among diseases of this organ and a serious problem for residents of Central Russia, including the Kalinin region. Increasingly, this pathology occurs in adolescence . The drugs usually used by endocrinologists are either ineffective (antistramine), or are associated with a number of side effects ( -thyroxine) . During the year, I observed 20 patients aged 11 to 17 years with endemic enlargement of the thyroid gland of I-II degree. BRT sessions were carried out using strategies 1 and 2 with a frequency of once every 3–6 weeks .