Browsing by Author "Dineva, Mariana"

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  • Levie, Deborah; Korevaar, Tim I. M.; Bath, Sarah C.; Murcia, Mario; Dineva, Mariana; Llop, Sabrina; Espada Sáenz-Torre, Mercedes; van Herwaarden, Antonius E.; de Rijke, Yolanda B.; Ibarluzea, Jesús; Sunyer Deu, Jordi; Tiemeier, Henning; Rayman, Margaret P.; Guxens Junyent, Mònica; Peeters, Robin P. (Oxford University Press, 2019)
    Context: Although the consequences of severe iodine deficiency are beyond doubt, the effects of mild to moderate iodine deficiency in pregnancy on child neurodevelopment are less well established. Objective: To study the ...
  • Dineva, Mariana; Rayman, Margaret P.; Levie, Deborah; Hunziker, Sandra; Guxens Junyent, Mònica; Peeters, Robin P.; Murcia, Mario; Rebagliato, Marisa; Irizar, Amaia; Jimeno-Romero, Alba; Sunyer, Jordi; Korevaar, Tim I. M.; Bath, Sarah C. (Springer, 2023)
    Urinary iodine-to-creatinine ratio (UI/Creat) reflects recent iodine intake but has limitations for assessing habitual intake. Thyroglobulin (Tg) concentration, which increases with thyroid size, appears to be an indicator ...
  • Levie, Deborah; Bath, Sarah C.; Guxens Junyent, Mònica; Korevaar, Tim I. M.; Dineva, Mariana; Fano, Eduardo; Ibarluzea, Jesús; Llop, Sabrina; Murcia, Mario; Rayman, Margaret P.; Sunyer Deu, Jordi; Peeters, Robin P.; Tiemeier, Henning (Oxford University Press, 2020)
    Background: Severe iodine deficiency during pregnancy can cause intellectual disability, presumably through inadequate placental transfer of maternal thyroid hormone to the fetus. The association between mild-to-moderate ...
  • Levie, Deborah; Korevaar, Tim I. M.; Mulder, Tessa A.; Bath, Sarah C.; Dineva, Mariana; Lopez-Espinosa, Maria-José; Basterrechea, Mikel; Santa Marina, Loreto; Rebagliato, Marisa; Sunyer Deu, Jordi; Rayman, Margaret P.; Tiemeier, Henning; Peeters, Robin P.; Guxens Junyent, Mònica (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc, 2019)
    Background: Thyroid hormone is essential for optimal fetal brain development. Evidence suggests that both low and high maternal thyroid hormone availability may have adverse effects on child neurodevelopmental outcomes, ...
  • Levie, Deborah; Korevaar, Tim I. M.; Bath, Sarah C.; Dalmau Bueno, Albert; Murcia, Mario; Espada Sáenz-Torre, Mercedes; Dineva, Mariana; Ibarluzea, Jesús; Sunyer Deu, Jordi; Tiemeier, Henning; Rebagliato, Marisa; Rayman, Margaret P.; Peeters, Robin P.; Guxens Junyent, Mònica (Endocrine Society, 2018)
    Context: Low maternal free T4 (FT4) has been associated with poor child neurodevelopment in some single-center studies. Evidence remains scarce for the potential adverse effects of high FT4 and whether associations differ ...

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