euthyroid


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euthyroid

 [u-thi´roid]
having a normally functioning thyroid gland.

euthyroid

(yo͞o-thī′roid′)
adj.
Of or relating to euthyroidism.

euthyroid

[yo̅o̅thī′roid]
Etymology: Gk, eu, well, thyreos, oblong shield
pertaining to a normal thyroid gland and normal thyroid gland function.

euthyroid

Having normal thyroid gland function. The term is used when thyroid function is restored to normal after either THYROTOXICOSIS or HYPOTHYROIDISM.

Euthyroid

Having the right amount of thyroxin stimulation.
Mentioned in: Goiter

euthyroid

having a normally functioning thyroid gland.

euthyroid sick syndrome
a euthyroid state in which extrathyroidal factors cause a reduction of serum T3 or T4 and elevation of reverse T3 levels. Seen in patients with systemic illness, trauma, fever, starvation, treatment with glucocorticoids, etc. May be a protective metabolic effect.
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2: Data for patients with Graves' disease Number of Percentage patients of total All patients with 27 Graves' disease Hypothyroid after 19 70% 1st RAI treatment Persistent/Recurrent 6 22% hyperthyroidisim Euthyroid 2 7% Median dose I-131 Median (Interquartile range pretreatment RAI uptake (IQR) All patients with 10.
The patient group consisted of 62 patients with autoimmune thyroiditis, 20 with euthyroid autoimmune thyroiditis (Group 2), 27 with subclinical hypothyroidism (Group 3) and 15 with overt hypothyroidism HT (Group 4).
Clinical review 86: Euthyroid sick syndrome: is it a misnomer?
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of nonionic contrast agents containing iodine in euthyroid patients and to evaluate the morphology of the thyroid gland and thyroid auto-antibodies to investigate the possible negative long-term effects on thyroid function.
There have been several case reports of CHF with atrial fibrillation in thyrotoxicosis, which improved upon restoration of a euthyroid state [5-8].
GD is also an autoimmune thyroid disease and the clinical presentation might involve the orbits leading to proptosis, dry eyes, strabismus, and optic neuropathy in the setting of hyperthyroid, hypothyroid or euthyroid state (7).
Another study involving 413 women (79) demonstrated that femoral neck BMD was significantly reduced both in subclinical hyperthyroid group and in subclinical hypothyroid group compared to euthyroid group.
All studies, including those with study populations of pregnant and nonpregnant euthyroid individuals (1-4), should be repeated at 37 [degrees]C, when we suspect that different conclusions may be drawn.
The study included six healthy, euthyroid subjects, who first took levothyroxine 1 mg alone, then levothyroxine with 3.
Especially during pregnancy, levels should be checked every 4 weeks until euthyroid status occurs.
Her hypercalcemia resolved completely after being rendered euthyroid.