hashitoxicosis

hashitoxicosis

 [hash″ĭ-tok″sĭ-ko´sis]
excessive functional activity of the thyroid gland in patients withhashimoto's disease, in whom decreased thyroid function would ordinarily be expected.

hashitoxicosis

/hash·i·tox·i·co·sis/ (hash″ĭ-tok″sĭ-ko´sis) hyperthyroidism in patients with Hashimoto's disease.

hashitoxicosis

[hash′itok′siko′sis]
excessive functional activity of the thyroid gland in patients with Hashimoto's disease, in whom decreased thyroid function would ordinarily be expected.

hashitoxicosis

Hashimoto's thyroiditis–chronic autoimmune thyroiditis presenting as hyperthyroidism
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However, 10% of all cases are seen in patients with autoimmune hypothyroidism, either Hashimoto's thyroiditis Hashitoxicosis or atrophic thyroiditis.
These patients may go into Hashitoxicosis after supplementing with iodine, exhibiting hyperthyroid symptoms possibly requiring hospitalization for thyroid storm.