goitrous


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goi·trous

(goy'trŭs),
Denoting or characteristic of a goiter.

goi·trous

(goy'trŭs)
Denoting or characteristic of a goiter.
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Several authors have assessed thyroid function status in goitrous children from both endemic and iodine supplemented regions and found the prevalence of hypothyroidism (subclinical and overt) ranging from 0-40 per cent (26,27).
We studied 17 selected unrelated patients with iodide organification defect (perchlorate discharge test [greater than or equal to]30%) from an original cohort of 40 patients with congenital goitrous hypothyroidism at screening.
Nutritional significance of alterations in serum amino acid patterns in goitrous patients.
Less than one-tenth teaspoon per year of this essential substance makes the difference between growing up healthy or being goitrous and retarded.
lodized salt supply to goitrous areas will be ensured.
4) This incidence is even significantly higher in endemic goitrous regions.
Effect of zinc supplementation on the zinc level in serum and urine and their relation to thyroid hormone profile in male and female goitrous patients.
From the above chart it may be seen that the blood iodine curve does not rise to such a high level in the hyperthyroid individual as in the normal or nontoxic goitrous patient.
TPO defects are believed to be among the most frequent causes of abnormalities in thyroid iodide organification defect causing goitrous CH.
4] have been documented in the setting of hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, and goitrous states and may be present in up to 1.