euthyroidism


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eu·thy·roid·ism

(yū-thī'royd-izm),
A condition in which the thyroid gland is functioning normally, its secretion being of proper amount and constitution.

euthyroidism

(yo͞o-thī′roi-dĭz′əm)
n.
1. Normal production of thyroid hormone.
2. Normal functioning of the thyroid gland.

eu·thy·roid·ism

(yū-thī'royd-izm)
A condition in which the thyroid gland is functioning normally, its secretion being of proper amount and constitution.

euthyroidism (ūthī´roidizəm),

n a state of normal thyroid function.

euthyroidism

state of normal thyroid function.
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along with propranolol (80-120 mg per day orally) medication may be given to the patient to restore euthyroidism before surgery (8).
18,19) In patients with multinodular goiter or nonthyroidal illness, or those recovering from Graves disease or taking medications, subnormal TSH values may be associated with euthyroidism.
A long-term remission was considered when the patient showed clinical and biochemical signs of euthyroidism for at least 24 months after withdrawal of therapy.
Treatment noncompliance 12 months after presentation caused a thyrotoxicosis relapse, which was treated to achieve euthyroidism and normocalcemia.
euthyroidism, adjusted for age and gender, there were patterns of increased risk of CHD events or death, or total mortality, but with no statistically significant differences.
Restoration of euthyroidism by thionamides is associated with GO improvement, but it is unclear whether this is because of a direct effect of thionamides on GO or induced by the normalization of thyroid status.
Reduced capillary blood flow velocities and prolonged times to post occlusion peak flow velocities have been reported with hypothyroidism, and have been shown to revert to normal with euthyroidism.
A study performed in Turkish population has shown that serum PON activity and insulin sensitivity index (ISI) were significantly lower in hyperthyroid patients before treatment and were negatively correlated with serum TT4 and TT3 levels, whereas both were increased after restoration of euthyroidism by using propylthiouracil (PTU); HDL cholesterol level was increased compared to baseline (46).
In our study, thyroid status was known in all participants, and patients with no euthyroidism were excluded.
In our patient, there were no gastrointestinal symptoms to suggest celiac disease and the diagnosis was entertained primarily due to the fact that more L-thyroxine was required to achieve euthyroidism.