Comparison of dyslipidemia between overt and subclinical hypothyroidism
The prevalence of subclinical hypothyroidism
at different total plasma cholesterol levels in middle aged men and women: a need for case-finding?
It is rather a laboratory diagnosis because patients with subclinical hypothyroidism
have no or fewer symptoms (6).
Given the lack of a clear guideline on this matter and the required standardization among researchers, the present study aimed to examine whether patients with subclinical hypothyroidism
, defined as TSH concentrations [greater than or equal to]4.
As far as the risk of heart disease, where much of the treatment debate is focused, she pointed out that, while there is an association between congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, and subclinical hypothyroidism
In children with Hashimoto thyroiditis, L-thyroxine treatment is given to the subjects with overt and subclinical hypothyroidism
has been associated with an increase in cardiovascular risk factors, markers of inflammation, vascular reactivity, endothelial function, and carotid intima media thickness.
Several studies demonstrated increased LDL cholesterol levels in subclinical hypothyroidism
patients [4, 32-34].
Particularly high rates of thyroid dysfunction in the form of subclinical hypothyroidism
have been reported in the youngest age group of 18-29 years and 40-49 years--18.
as well as disorders of prolactin secretion may play a role in infertility .
It included the patients with established subclinical hypothyroidism
, depression and cognitive impairment: experience at a Lambayeque elderly center