thyrotoxic


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Adj.1.thyrotoxic - of or relating to or affected by hyperthyroidism
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thyrotoxic

adj tirotóxico
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Of the pre-existing GD patients (n=38), 58% were biochemically euthyroid at first presentation, with 42% being thyrotoxic.
Serum TSH should be monitored 4-8 weeks after resolution of thyrotoxic phase of PPT, or if symptomatology changes
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.
However, if we compare Anti-TPO antibody level between Autoimmune thyroiditis including Hashimoto's and lymphocytic thyroiditis (mean [+ or -] SD is 203 [+ or -] 262 IU/mL) with other non-neoplastic goitre including colloid goitre, adenomatoid goitre and thyrotoxic goitre (mean [+ or -] SD is 86 [+ or -] 157 IU/mL), we find Anti-TPO antibody level is significantly higher in the Autoimmune thyroiditis group (p value= 0.
6) A few case reports in untreated thyrotoxic patients have reiterated that ischemic stroke may display a high degree of neurological disability.
Treatment of thyrotoxic crisis with plasmapheresis and single pass albumin dialysis: A case report: Thoughts and progress.
A case of thyrotoxic normokalemic periodic paralysis.
In addition to demographic data, we compiled information on the 8 patients' risk factors for thyroid cancer, ultrasonographic findings, the presence or absence of thyrotoxic symptoms, and whether the patient had an autonomously functioning toxic nodule (AFTN), Graves disease, or a toxic multinodular goiter.
An elevated sex hormone binding globulins concentration and decrease in metabolic clearance rate of testosterone and estradiol are found in thyrotoxic females.
Myocardial ischemia is presumably caused by the increased demands of the thyrotoxic myocardium.
Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis is an endocrine disorder characterized by the presence of motor weakness or paralysis, hypokalemia, and clinical signs or laboratory findings consistent with hyperthyroidism.