Clinical and experimental thyroidology


Since 2005 the “Clinical and experimental thyroidology” (or «Klinicheskaia I eksperimentalnaia tiroidologia”) journal publishes timely articles, balancing both clinical and experimental research, case reports, reviews and lectures on pressing problems of thyroid pathology.

The Journal also pays special attention to the most relevant issues in thyroid cancer etiology, pathogenesis, clinical findings, surgery and pharmacotherapy.

The Journal:

  • features original research articles, reflecting world thyroidology development
  • publishes chronicle of major international congress sessions and workshops on thyroidologe;
  • is intended for scientists, endocrinologists and specialists of allied trade, general practitioners, family physicians and pediatricians.


Galina A. Mel'nichenko, MD, PhD, Professor (ORCID: 0000-0002-5634-7877)


The journal is is currently indexed in Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) by “Electronic Scientific Library” foundation (, DOAJGoogle ScholarSocionetUlrich's Periodicals DirectoryWorldCat.

Access to the content

All accepted articles in Clinical and Experimental thyroidology journal are published in Gold Open Access (in accordance with Budapest Open Access Initiative) format with Free Full-text access to all articles via several websites ( and mobile applications for iOS® (available in AppStore). All accepted articles publish with the Creative Commons International license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) for more freely distribution and usage worlwide.

The journal is open for English and Russian language manuscripts. All English language manuscripts are published in bilingual format (with help of Russian association of endocrinologists the editorial team makes translations for all accepted english-language articles). So, the journal provide an additional readers auditory for published articles. 


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Current Issue

Vol 15, No 2 (2019)

De Gustibus
Salt iodization decreased the risk of thyrotoxicosis in Denmark by the halve
Zimmermann M.
Clinical and experimental thyroidology. 2019;15(2):38-41
Editorial comments for the reprinted article by prof. M.B. Zimmerman “Salt iodization decreased the risk of thyrotoxicosis in Denmark by the halve”, doi: 10.14341/ket10379
Gerasimov G.A.
Clinical and experimental thyroidology. 2019;15(2):42-43
Original Studies
Effects of selenium in patients with autoimmune thyroiditis
Shabalina E.A., Fadeyev V.V.
Clinical and experimental thyroidology. 2019;15(2):44-54
Review of literature
Оn the need to introduce the TI-RADS classification in Russia
Fisenko E.P., Sencha A.N., Katrich A.N., Sych Y.P., Tsvetkova N.V., Borsukov A.V., Kostromina E.V.
Clinical and experimental thyroidology. 2019;15(2):55-63
Secondary hypothyroidism in adults: diagnosis and treatment
Kienia T.A., Morgunova T.B., Fadeyev V.V.
Clinical and experimental thyroidology. 2019;15(2):64-72
Iodine status of the population in Russia and the world: what do we have for 2019?
Alferova V.I., Mustafina S.V., Rymar O.D.
Clinical and experimental thyroidology. 2019;15(2):73-82

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