Antithyroid drugs exert the following action:
A. Inhibit thyroxine synthesis
B. Block the action of thyroxine on pituitary
C. Block the action of TSH on thyroid
D. Block the action of thyroxine on peripheral
tissues
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. Inhibit thyroxine synthesis
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