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

[yo̅o̅thī′roid]
Etymology: Gk, eu, well, thyreos, oblong shield
pertaining to a normal thyroid gland and normal thyroid gland function.

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.
Mentioned in: Goiter

euthyroid

having a normally functioning thyroid gland.

euthyroid sick syndrome
a euthyroid state in which extrathyroidal factors cause a reduction of serum T3 or T4 and elevation of reverse T3 levels. Seen in patients with systemic illness, trauma, fever, starvation, treatment with glucocorticoids, etc. May be a protective metabolic effect.
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Conclusion: Patients with type 2 diabetes were associated with a low TT3 and a high TT4 level, respectively, as compared to their normal controls in euthyroid diabetic patients.
A total of 58 (66%) thyroid patients were hyperthyroid (either pre-existing or newly diagnosed during the pregnancy), 23 (26%) were hypothyroid and 7 (8%) were euthyroid.
05) and also found less in untreated hypothyroids compared to treated hypothyroids and euthyroid controls.
The primary objective was to evaluate the sleep pattern by observing the sleep stages in hypothyroid patients in comparison with age-and sex-matched normal euthyroid controls.
LT4 is not recommended in antibody positive, euthyroid women attempting natural conception
Among the euthyroid patients, majority were given tranexamic acid alone.
As patients with hyperthyroidism have greater numbers of younger platelets, MPV levels will inevitably be higher than that of the euthyroid ones.
If the calcium level does not correct on rendering the patient euthyroid then the possibility of primary hyperparathyroidism must be considered and the parathyroid hormone level checked.
Mean Ferritin level was 3924 +- 1247ng/ml in hypothyroid and 3136 +- 1387ng/ml in euthyroid patients indicating a significant difference in mean serum ferritin levels between hypothyroid patients and others.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends diagnosis of congenital hypothyroidism by the 14th day of life and that the baby be biochemically euthyroid by week 6 (Pediatrics.