antithyroid


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antithyroid

 [an″te-thi´roid]
suppressing or inhibiting thyroid activity.

an·ti·thy·roid

(an'tē-thī'royd),
Relating to an agent that suppresses thyroid function (for example, propylthiouracil).

antithyroid

/an·ti·thy·roid/ (-thi´roid) counteracting thyroid functioning, especially in its synthesis of thyroid hormones.

antithyroid

adjective Referring to an effect that counters thyroid activity.
 
noun An agent that counters thyroid activity.

antithyroid

suppressing thyroid activity.

antithyroid drugs
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Predicting relapse of Graves' disease following treatment with antithyroid drugs.
In the present study, selenium supplementation enhanced the effect of antithyroid drugs in patients with recurrent Graves' disease.
The presence of antithyroid antibodies in patients with affective and nonaffective psychiatric disorders.
This can be a potentially life-threatening medical condition, and immediate treatment with antithyroid medication is necessary to lower thyroid hormone levels.
The prevalence of Antithyroid Antibodies (ATA) namely ATG and Anti-Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) were reported to be higher in patients with SLE.
003 * Abbreviations: AGA, antigliadin antibodies; ALT, alanine transaminase; TgAb, anti-thyroglobulin antibodies; TPOAb, antithyroid peroxidase antibodies; anti-tTG, antitissue transglutaminase antibodies; AST, aspartate aminotransferase; CRP, C-reactive protein; ESR, erythrocyte sedimentation rate; FT4, free thyroxin; GGT, [gamma]-glutamyltransferase; IQR, interquartile range; TBIL, total bilirubin; TSH, thyroid-stimulating hormone.
Antithyroid antibodies and parity: further evidence for microchimerism in autoimmune thyroid disease.
The probability of neonatal hyperthyroidism is high in the babies of mothers that have ongoing antithyroid requirement and higher antibody levels in the last months of pregnancy.
However, the main focus is to describe the use of antithyroid medications in the treatment of hyperthyroidism and nursing considerations in the care of patients taking these medications.
Patients with hypertension, diabetes, on regular or irregular antithyroid treatment, or on drugs affecting autonomic nervous system such as anticholinergics and sympathomimetics were excluded from the study.
New European guidelines call for erythrocyte sedimentation rate/C-reactive protein and blood differential testing for chronic spontaneous urticaria, but others--like liver function tests, hepatitis B, antinuclear antibody, stool, urinalysis, thyroid function, and antithyroid antibodies should be directed by the history.
Therefore, there is a need for performing assay of antithyroid antibodies in all women in the reproductive age group for the confirmation of autoantibodies in the etiology of hypothyroidism.