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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Thus, the present study "Correlation between obesity & thyrotropin (TSH) in clinically euthyroid subjects" was undertaken.
retrospectively studied the association between hypothyroidism and osteoporosis in postmenopausal women who were euthyroid under L-thyroxine treatment and reported no association (4).
CHICAGO -- The short-term risk of developing heart failure in patients with newly identified hypothyroidism, be it overt or subclinical, is double that of euthyroid individuals, Caroline H.
Even in women with euthyroid HT, the presence of thyroid autoantibodies is related to female infertility (11,12,13).
SCHypo and SCHyper were compared with euthyroid subjects using Student's t-test or Wilcoxon test, as appropriate after assessing normality assumptions.
Six months after RAI, 36.2% became hypothyroid, 38.5% became euthyroid while 25.3% remained hyperthyroid.
In the second, but not the first, trimester, isolated hypothyroxinemia was significantly related to increased GDM risk (adjusted odds ratio, 2.97 comparing hypothyroxinemic with euthyroid women).
Out of the total 55 patients, 14 (25.5%) were euthyroid, 30 patients (54.5%) were hyperthyroid and 11 ( 20%) patients were hypothyroid.
Several studies have demonstrated that in hypothyroid individuals the response latency is markedly longer than in euthyroid individuals.
However, there are other conditions in which TSH remains normal and FT4 is low, namely, sick euthyroid syndrome (11).
We have experienced a case of euthyroid Graves' ophthalmopathy presenting with negative thyroid autoantibodies except TSH stimulating antibodies (TSAb).
[10] compared long-term outcome of 21 thyroid cancers associated with Graves' disease to that of euthyroid thyroid cancers matched for age, sex, and tumour size.