TSH


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TSH

 
thyroid-stimulating hormone (thyrotropin, thyrotropic hormone).
TSH stimulation test (TSH test) thyroid-stimulating hormone test.

TSH

Abbreviation for thyroid-stimulating hormone.

TSH

thyroid-stimulating hormone; see thyrotropin.

TSH

abbr.
thyroid-stimulating hormone

TSH

abbreviation for thyroid-stimulating hormone.

TSH

Thyroid-stimulating hormone, see there.

TSH

see THYROTROPHIC HORMONE.

Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)

A hormone secreted by the pituitary gland that controls the release of T4 by the thyroid gland.
Mentioned in: Hypothyroidism

TSH,

TSH

thyroid-stimulating hormone (thyrotropin, thyrotropic hormone).

TSH releasing factor
see thyrotropin releasing hormone.
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The present study further revealed that TSH and FT4 levels at the time of night-sleep recovery were not significantly different from those of the controls.
Aim for a TSH between LRL (lower reference limit) and 2.
14,15 Current evidence indicates that even mildly raised TSH was associated with increased risk of miscarriage and foetal death.
Comparison of means of fasting and postprandial Free T4 and TSH did not reveal any statistically significant difference with a P-0.
The present study concludes that levels of serum T3 and T4 increased whereas that of TSH decreased significantly in diabetic animals after treatment with Nigella seed powder for 12 weeks.
Postpartum, the patient remained asymptomatic and serial monitoring of TSH showed persistent suppression for up to 6 months while fT4 gradually became grossly increased (Fig.
FNAC and measurement of serum TSH level were done in all the patients.
Asimismo, la ausencia de diferencia estadistica para los valores de TSH como de [T.
The consensus recommendations of the American Thyroid Association and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists advise treatment of subclinical hypothyroidism involving a TSH level greater than 10.
2005), as in most healthy euthyroid subjects (>95%) TSH concentrations are within the range from 0.
Second, when T4 is given by itself, measuring both TSH and free-T3 levels may give a more reliable indicator of dosage requirements than would measuring only TSH.