thyrotoxic


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thyrotoxic

 [thi´ro-tok″sik]
marked by the effects of presentation to the tissues of excessive quantities of the thyroid hormones.
thyrotoxic heart disease heart disease associated with hyperthyroidism, marked by atrial fibrillation, cardiac enlargement, and congestive heart failure. Called also thyrocardiac disease.

thy·ro·tox·ic

(thī'rō-tok'sik),
Denoting thyrotoxicosis.

thy·ro·tox·ic

(thī'rō-tok'sik)
Denoting thyrotoxicosis.
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Additionally, most patients with hashitoxicosis may not have been diagnosed, probably because of its relatively short thyrotoxic course.
All 30 patients were in hyperthyroidism state when the surgical option was planned, and they were undergone total thyroidectomy in a state of clinical or biological euthyroidism after medical therapy like antithyroid medications (Methimazole) and also received propranolol for control of cardiac associated thyrotoxic symptoms.
Malozzi, "Thyrotoxic valvulopathy: case report and review of the literature," Cardiology Research, vol.
The patient consumed large amounts of carbohydrates with alcohol the night before, which is a common precursor of thyrotoxic periodic paralysis.
With thyroid hormone initiation, cortisol clearance increases, and adrenal crisis may occur, similar to the thyrotoxic patient with adrenal insufficiency.
Objective assessment of thyrotoxic state was performed with the use of Wayne index score [10].
Fifty percent of pre-existing GD patients who were thyrotoxic at first presentation were rendered euthyroid at delivery with the appropriate use of carbimazole only (Table 3).
(2004) documented multiple rapid-acting effects of 3-Iodothyronamine (T1AM) on carbohydrate and lipid metabolism without producing undesirable thyrotoxic effects on heart such as tachycardia and dysrhythmia for the first time.
We present a case that highlights the challenges a general internist may face in making the appropriate diagnosis of thyroid storm in a hospitalized thyrotoxic patient.
Wells, "Psychoses associated with thyrotoxicosis: "thyrotoxic psychosis" a report of 18 cases, with statistical analysis of incidence," European Journal of Endocrinology, vol.
We therefore performed a retrospective study to examine the clinical characteristics and outcomes of thyrotoxic patients who presented atrial fibrillation.
(6) A few case reports in untreated thyrotoxic patients have reiterated that ischemic stroke may display a high degree of neurological disability.