56% of the evacuees in Naha have thyroid abnormality

According to Nara min-iren, thyroid cysts and nodules were found from 56% of the evacuees in Nara.

They conducted the thyroid test from this December to January, which was entirely on their expense. The testees were 72. The average age is 24.7 years old.

19 from Fukushima
17 from Tokyo
24 from Kanagawa
5 from Miyagi
7 from Chiba

Nodules (>5mm) or cyst (>20mm) : 12 people
Nodules (≦5mm) or cyst (≦20mm) : 28 people

They also complained of other symptoms,

Easy to catch a cold / headache : 21%
Easy to have eyes tired : 16%
Forgetfulness : 11%


Related article..Thyroid abnormality rate is 13.3% in Miyagi, “Too good” compared to the 57% of other 3 prefectures [URL]





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56% des évacués de Naha ont des anomalies à la thyroïde


Selon Nara min-iren, on a trouvé des kystes et nodules thyroïdiens chez 56 % des évacués de Nara.

Ils ont procédé aux examens de thyroïde entre décembre et janvier derniers, entièrement à leurs frais. Il y a eu 72 examinés. Leur moyenne d’âge est de 24,7 ans.

19 de Fukushima
17 de Tokyo
24 de Kanagawa
5 de Miyagi
7 de Chiba

Nodules (>5 mm) ou kystes (>20 mm) : 12 personnes
Nodules (≦5 mm) ou kystes (≦20 mm) : 28 personnes

Ils se sont aussi plaints d’autres symptômes :

Facilité à attraper un rhume ou une migraine : 21 %
Facilité à avoir des fatigues oculaires : 16 %
Pertes de mémoire : 11%

Article lié : La fréquence des anomalies thyroïdiennes du Miyagi est de 13,3 % : Trop bon comparé aux 57% des 3 autres préfectures


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