Reader response: Depressed TSH level as a predictor of poststroke fatigue in patients with acute ischemic stroke

Wang et al.1 reported that in patients with acute ischemic stroke, lower concentrations of thyroid-stimulating hormone were associated with greater fatigue symptom severity in acute phase and at follow-up. The article contributes to the growing body of literature underscoring the importance of thyroid axis function for clinical and patient-centered outcomes of cerebrovascular disorders.2

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