70% of patients were euthyroid and about 5% were hyperthyroid
irrespective of anti-TPO positivity.
The authors in this rat model study suggested that control of hyperthyroidism can inhibit the development of cirrhosis reflecting a direct effect of hyperthyroid
function on liver.
The thyroid status before RAI was also recorded as hypothyroid, euthyroid or hyperthyroid
to access its effect on the post RAI outcome.
Thirty three of these participants were hyperthyroid
while twenty two were hypothyroid.
Out of the total 55 patients, 14 (25.5%) were euthyroid, 30 patients (54.5%) were hyperthyroid
and 11 ( 20%) patients were hypothyroid.
demonstrated that vascular endothelium is a specific target of thyroid hormone evidenced by marked basal vasodilation contributed by excessive endothelial nitric oxide production coupled by exaggerated vascular reactivity because of enhanced sensitivity of the endothelial component and increased vasoconstrictory response to norepinephrine during the hyperthyroid
Thus, development of thyroid cancer within a hyperthyroid
gland was thought to be uncommon.
A randomized study in 18 Graves' hyperthyroid
patients by Roti et al.
Furthermore, an enhanced functional connectivity exists between temporal poles and DMN regions, including the precuneus, inferior parietal lobule, medial frontal cortex, cingulate cortex, ventromedial orbitofrontal cortex, and hippocampus in drug-induced hyperthyroid
state is associated with bone demineralization resulting in decreased bone mineral density.
Patients were considered to have GD if they had a previous history of known GD, or were biochemically hyperthyroid
with evidence of ophthalmopathy, dermopathy or thyroid-antibody positivity.
He was seen by an unnamed nurse practitioner who listed "orthostatic hypotension, viral illness, hyperthyroid
and deep vein thrombosis/pulmonary embolism" as possible causes, Mrs Jones said.