hypothyroid


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hy·po·thy·roid

 (hī′pō-thī′roid′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or affected with hypothyroidism.
Translations

hy·po·thy·roid

a. hipotiroideo-a, rel. al hipotiroidismo.

hypothyroid

adj hipotiroideo
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Almost 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease with the majority being hypothyroid.
2,3] Prevalent subjective complain of exercise intolerance, dyspnea, and fatigue in hypothyroid may arise from limited pulmonary reserve, limited cardiac reserve, decreased muscle strength, or increased muscle fatigue.
If both were abnormal, they were classified as either hypothyroid or hyperthyroid.
Contract notice: hypothyroid and hypothalamic hormones and analogues (h01), corticosteroids for systemic use (h02).
Aims and Objectives: The primary focus of the present study is to evaluate sleep cycle in newly diagnosed overt hypothyroid patients to investigate if this fatigue is the consequence of sleep disorder.
Female to male ratio of hypothyroid neonates was 2: 1.
A descriptive study was conducted to highlight the prevalence of NAFLD in non-obese euthyroid patients and its association with both treated and untreated hypothyroid patients.
Patients reported on any changes in the hypothyroid symptoms score and tiredness score on a thyroid-related quality of life questionnaire at 1 year.
It is rare in patients with normal thyroid function (euthyroid GO) and in patients with hypothyroid forms of thyroid autoimmune diseases (hypothyroid GO).
Subclinical hypothyroid patients have high serum LDL-C and total cholesterol, than in euthyroid controls4.
The two primary outcome measures were change between baseline and 1 year in hypothyroid symptoms and in tiredness scores on the 100-point ThyPRO (Thyroid-Related Quality of Life Patient-Reported Outcome) measure.
Overall, fewer than one per cent of the patients were overtly hypothyroid, six per cent were subclinically hypothyroid, 88 per cent were euthyroid, five per cent were subclinically hyperthyroid, and one per cent were overtly hyperthyroid, Medical Xpress