thyropathy

thy·rop·a·thy

(thī-rop'ă-thē),
A disorder of the thyroid gland.
[thyro- + G. pathos, suffering]
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thyropathy

(thī-rŏp′ă-thē) [″ + pathos, disease, suffering]
Any disease of the thyroid.
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thy·rop·a·thy

(thī-rop'ă-thē)
Disorder of thyroid gland.
[thyro- + G. pathos, suffering]
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Chronic Lymphocytic thyroiditis is considered to be the most common thyropathy among children and adolescents.
The elevated GAD Ab was likely related to autoimmune thyropathy, because the frequencies of GAD65 Ab and GAD67 Ab in toxic nodular goiter (a nonautoimmune form of hyperthyroidism) were lower [87] and modulations of TSH receptor antibodies level by carbimazole had no effect on the development of insulin autoantibodies [88].
According to the recommendations of the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry (NACB) for determining TFT reference intervals,[sup][23] the inclusion criteria were as follows: single birth; Han Chinese women; no history of thyropathy or autoimmune disease; no goiter; thyroid peroxidase antibody (TPOAb) negative; and no use of medicine affecting the thyroid hormone.
This was similar to that reported by Shilbayeh [8] in which the total prevalence of thyropathy was found to be 29.5% of the study population.
The association with RBV usually induces hemolytic anemia, with no additional risk of thyropathy. (10)