euthyroidism


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eu·thy·roid·ism

(yū-thī'royd-izm),
A condition in which the thyroid gland is functioning normally, its secretion being of proper amount and constitution.

euthyroidism

(yo͞o-thī′roi-dĭz′əm)
n.
1. Normal production of thyroid hormone.
2. Normal functioning of the thyroid gland.

eu·thy·roid·ism

(yū-thī'royd-izm)
A condition in which the thyroid gland is functioning normally, its secretion being of proper amount and constitution.
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In addition, even if all conditions to achieve biochemical euthyroidism are fulfilled, it does not ensure that euthyroidism is restored in all tissues.
(11), who suggests that subclinical hyperthyroidism is an intermediate state between euthyroidism and overt hyperthyroidism, and a continuum cardiovascular modification is related to the degree of thyroid hormone excess.
In the case of sick euthyroidism, thyroid-stimulating hormone will be low or normal, leading to low or normal thyroid hormones.
Combined treatment with Myo-Inositol and Selenium ensures Euthyroidism in subclinical Hypothyroidism patients with autoimmune Thyroiditis.
(a) whole body scan performed after treatment with radioactive iodine or surgery; (b) focal uptake with centrally hypoactive foci before treatment; (c) hot nodule detected post-treatment with radioactive iodine; (d) patient was treated with radioactive iodine, achieved euthyroidism, and became negative for TRAb; a hot nodule was detected on follow-up on both ultrasound and nuclear scan; (ab) cold nodule before treatment and hot nodule after treatment with radioactive iodine.
Following establishment of euthyroidism, dose tapering led to a recurrence of a clinical hyperthyroidism [20].
Thyroid function was classified as euthyroidism when free thyroxine (FT4), free triiodothyronine (FT3), and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) were within the normal range; clinical hypothyroidism when TSH level was greater than the upper limit of the reference range and FT4 or FT3 was lower than the lower limit of their reference ranges; subclinical hypothyroidism when TSH is greater than the upper limit of the reference range and FT4 and FT3 are within the normal range; clinical hyperthyroidism when TSH level was lower than the lower limit of the reference range and FT4 or FT3 was greater than the upper limit of their reference ranges; and subclinical hyperthyroidism when TSH level was lower than the lower limit of the reference range and FT3 and FT4 are within the normal range.
The heterogeneous pattern of thyroid dysfunction in TAO patients--hyperthyroidism, euthyroidism (6 to 21% depending on the studies [52-54]), or hypothyroidism--and the fact that various other diseases [55] may disturb thyroid hormones greatly limit their clinical relevance in TAO diagnosis.
She delivered a baby in 2013 using in vitro fertilization and received partial thyroidectomy in 2002 due to a thyroid cyst, but she maintained euthyroidism during pregnancy.
Wang et al., "Association between calcaneus quantitative ultrasound (QUS) parameters and thyroid status in middle-aged and elderly Chinese men with euthyroidism: a population-based cross-sectional study," Endocrine, vol.