athyrotic

a·thy·rot·ic

(ā'thī-rot'ik),
Relating to athyroidism.

athyrotic

adjective
(1) Hypothyroid. 
(2) Referring to thyroid agenesis, thyroid aplasia.

a·thy·rot·ic

, athyreoytic (ā'thī-rot'ik, -thī-rē-ot'ik)
Relating to athyroidism.
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Many studies have shown that it outperforms the traditional stalwart of thyroid cancer follow-up, radioactive iodine (RAI) whole body scanning, in such athyrotic patients (15).
(8) This has been demonstrated in more than 9 studies, with athyrotic women experiencing greater increases than women with autoimmune hypothyroidism.
Malpani et al studied the effects of [[blank].sup.99m]Tc[O.sub.4] - uptake and excretion in response to sialagogue stimulation in 33 thyroid cancer patients who received radioactive iodine (range: 1.369 to 38.702 GBq [37 to 1,046 mCi]; mean: 10.16 [pm] 7.659 GBq [274.594 [pm] 207 mCi]) and in 14 athyrotic patients.