euthyroid


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euthyroid

 [u-thi´roid]
having a normally functioning thyroid gland.

euthyroid

(yo͞o-thī′roid′)
adj.
Of or relating to euthyroidism.

euthyroid

Having normal thyroid gland function. The term is used when thyroid function is restored to normal after either THYROTOXICOSIS or HYPOTHYROIDISM.

Euthyroid

Having the right amount of thyroxin stimulation.
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After taking history and conducting general and systemic examinations, subjects found to be clinically euthyroid were included in the study.
Moreover, a small group of patients complain of symptoms consistent with hypothyroidism while they are biochemically euthyroid. The expressions of deiodinases, transmembrane transporters, and thyroid hormone receptors vary among tissues causing different thyroid statuses in different tissues.
Risk of heart failure within 90 days of first thyroid function test Euthyroid (reference) n = 7,030,949 Subclinical hypothyroidism n = 20,768 Overt hypothyroidism n = 2,484 Subclinical hyperthyroidism n = 20,768 Overt hyperthyroidism n = 4,375 Note: The retrospective study was based on data from Danish national health care registries.
Thirty euthyroid and autoantibody-negative age-matched adolescents were included in the control group.
After natural logarithmic transformation of HRV variables for normalization, multivariate linear models were built using HRV as dependent variables and SCHypo or SCHyper in comparison with euthyroid subjects as independent variables.
Treatment with a single dose of RAI usually achieve success in 85-100% of patients with toxic nodular goiter and also shrink the size of the goiter up to 40%7,8 RAI therapy is dependent on iodine uptake by the thyroid tissue and its reduce uptake leads to the treatment being inefficient and more difficult.9 RAI therapy in toxic thyroid nodules unlike Graves' disease, where majority of the patient becomes hypothyroid, usually result in patient becoming euthyroid, as the toxic nodule usually takes majority of radiation.
Out of the 14 patients that were euthyroid, seven were males and seven were females.
The primary aim of this proposed study was to investigate the sensory-motor coordination and working memory of a group of newly diagnosed hypothyroid males and to compare their performance to a group of age, education, and anthropometrically matched euthyroid males.
Like sick euthyroid syndrome, late pregnancy is also associated with increased reverse T3 concentrations (12, 13).
With these findings, the differential diagnosis of this case were (1) euthyroid Graves' ophthalmopathy with a slight increase in TSAb alone or (2) idiopathic inflammation of the extraocular muscle [2].
We hypothesized that long-term outcome of papillary thyroid cancers associated with Graves' was poor compared to that of euthyroid counterparts.
Objective: To compare the results of thyroid function tests in euthyroid type 2 diabetic patients and normal healthy individuals on the basis of glycemic control.