Propranolol is used in hyperthyroidism:
A. As short-term symptomatic therapy till effect
of carbimazole develops
B. As long-term therapy after subtotal thyroidectomy
C. In patients not responding to carbimazole
D. To potentiate the effect of radioactive iodine
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A. As short-term symptomatic therapy till effect
of carbimazole develops
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