dysthyroidism

dysthyroidism

(dis-thi'roy-dizm) [? + ? + eidos, form, shape, + -ismos, condition]
Imperfect development and function of the thyroid gland. Synonym: dysthyreosis
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After excluding males with dis-normal sexual hormones, this study found that the ratio of SCH was 29.36% in males with erectile dysfunction, and that was much higher than the 5.43% prevalence of SCH in males in the same area as the previous epidemiological study.13 ED is extremely common in males with dysthyroidism.7 Krysiak R and his colleagues reported that men with subclinical hypothyroidism are characterized with erectile dysfunction when compared with healthy euthyroid males.14 We found similar result that ED patients with SCH had significant lower IIEF-5 scores when compared with healthy euthyroid males.
Koceir, "Trace elements profile is associated with insulin resistance syndrome and oxidative damage in thyroid disorders: manganese and selenium interest in Algerian participants with dysthyroidism," Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, vol.
The search strategy was conducted by medical subject headings (thyroid diseases, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, thyrotropin, thyroid hormones, myocardial ischemia, mortality, survival, heart failure, atrial fibrillation, and cardiovascular diseases) and with text words (subclinical hypothyroidism, subclinical hyperthyroidism, subclinical dysthyroidism, and subclinical thyroid).
However, other etiologies of tachycardia junctional were ruled out: ischemia, metabolism, and dysthyroidism.
The diagnosis of photo-onycholysis is almost clinical and can be made by exclusion of onycholysis which can be seen in other dermatologic diseases such as fungal infection, lichen planus, psoriasis, histiocytosis, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, ectodermal dysplasia, collagenosis, dysthyroidism, bronchiectasis, yellow nail syndrome, iron deficiency anemia, multiple myeloma, and neoplasia.
Patients with dysthyroidism were diagnosed as hypothyroid or hyperthyroid according to their thyroid profile and treated accordingly with L-thyroxine or propyl thiouracil.
Several hypotheses have been proposed in particular that of aging or over ripeness of ovum, due to delayed fertilization, maternal endocrine disturbances such as dysthyroidism. In the present study, 90% of DS children were born to mothers, less than 30yrs or is equal to 30yrs of age (Table 3).
Still, adult onset of dysthyroidism develops a number of functional, neurological and psychological manifestations in humans [5-7].
(10) The objective of this study was to assess the frequency of thyroid disorders in patients with HCV before and during long term IFN-[alpha] and RIB therapy, and to assess the relative risk of dysthyroidism in this population.
Combination therapy employing interferon and ribvarin is not generally believed to increase the risk of dysthyroidism compared to monotherapy with interferon6.
Sea alga based food complements and dysthyroidism: a possible connexion?