Lugol’s iodine is used in hyperthyroidism:
A. As long term definitive monotherapy
B. Preoperatively for 10-15 days
C. Postoperatively for 10-15 days
D. As adjuvant to carbimazole for long term
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B. Preoperatively for 10-15 days
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