thyroidectomized

thyroidectomized

[thī′roidek′təmīzd]
Etymology: Gk, thyreos, shield, eidos, form, ektomē, excision
pertaining to a patient or condition in which the thyroid gland has been removed.
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In this study, we aimed to investigate all consecutive thyroidectomized patients in our institution and prove the diagnostic accuracy of FNAC for those nodules and achieved comparable outcomes to previous reports.
Hypothyroidism has no impact on insulin sensitivity assessed with HOMA- IR in totally thyroidectomized patients.
However, thyroidectomized birds stay fully mature under long days [32].
5-fold in thyroidectomized patients versus controls and there was a statistically significant excess of proximal femur fractures in the men with thyroidectomy.
Third, we determined the true "nil" CT concentrations for the different assays by using sera from patients, who had been thyroidectomized for differentiated thyroid (i.
Development of secondary sexual characters in thyroidectomized brown Leghorn hens.
Muscle development in thyroidectomized chickens (Gallus domesticus).
2002), however, reported that brain neuronal and glial cell differentiation is affected in offspring of partially thyroidectomized rats rendered moderately hyperthyroidic by daily infusion of [T.
The replacement treatment of thyroidectomized rats with triiodothyronine (T3) produced antidepressant and anxiolytic effects.
Besides laying the basis to identify thyroid function and physiology, Kocher showed an unending concern for health and quality of life of his thyroidectomized patients.
Sixty adult Sprague-Dawley rats were divided into three groups: a stressed group; a thyroidectomized + stressed group; and a thyroidectomized + T3 + stressed group.