Wilson's Thyroid Syndrome is a controversial diagnosis. The condition was first described by Dr. E. Denis Wilson, who identifies this condition as a deficiency in the T3 thyroid hormone, but not T4. The ATA, on the other hand, has found no scientific evidence of so called "Wilsons Syndrome" and calls it a bogus diagnosis.
Article by Stephen Barrett, M.D., states that "Wilson's Syndrome" is a bogus diagnosis and describes the case of a doctor punished for offering online diagnoses and treatment.
Wikipedia article gives some background on this topic, also known as Wilson's temperature syndrome.
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