euthyroid


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eu·thy·roid

 (yo͞o-thī′roid′)
adj.
Of or relating to euthyroidism.

euthyroid

(juːˈθaɪrɔɪd)
adj
having a thyroid gland that functions normally
Translations

euthyroid

a. eutiroideo-a, rel. a la función normal de la glándula tiroides.
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The aim of treatment is to destroy sufficient thyroid tissue to cure hyperthyroidism by rendering the patients either euthyroid or hypothyroid.
Objective: Sick euthyroid syndrome (SES) is defined as abnormal thyroid hormone levels without any thyroid diseasei which is seen during the progression of chronic or severe diseases.
In euthyroid patients, doses within the range of daily hormonal requirements are ineffective for weight reduction.
The overall aim of EUthyroid is to evaluate ID prevention and monitoring programs in 24 European countries, to initiate capacity building for harmonized European ID prevention and monitoring programs, and to disseminate project outcomes for supporting measures on national and EU level in order to eradicate ID disorders in Europe.
Arriving at a euthyroid state does not lead patients to improve all aspects of muscle function [18]; Bousquet-Santos et al.
Effect of human chorionic gonadotropin on thyroid function in euthyroid men.
The thyroid gland was not enlarged, and he was clinically euthyroid.
A study of serum samples from 25,216 pregnant women and follow-up on their children at ages 7-9 years found lower IQ scores in the offspring of women with undiagnosed hypothyroidism during pregnancy, compared with women whose hypothyroidism was treated prior to pregnancy or euthyroid women in a control group (N.
They cover signs and symptoms; the genetic, immune system, and environmental aspects of pathology in hyperthyroid disorders; coexisting conditions like nodular disease and vitamin B12 deficiency; conventional treatments; alternative and complementary therapies; hyperthyroidism in pregnancy, the postpartum period, and children and adolescents; and Graves' ophthalmopathy and other extrathyroidal manifestations, such as euthyroid Graves' disease, pretibial myxedema, and thyroid acropachy.
Material and Method: We included sixty-two autoimmune thyroiditis patients, 20 with euthyroid autoimmune thyroiditis, 27 with subclinical hypothyroidism and 15 with hypothyroid, and a control group of 37 healthy subjects.
Different thyroid pathologies amy accompany leukemia; hypothyroidsm and hyperthyroidism due to different causes may be observed in the patients and sick euthyroid syndrome may be found (1,2,3).