thiamazole


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thiamazole

n tiamazol m, metimazol m
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Maximum doses of oral thiamazole, potassium iodide and intravenous hydrocortisone treatment failed to control the raging storm of hyperthyroidism.
Patient/ Gender Age Co-morbidities Concomitant Tumor medication Number 1 F 79 Pacemaker, Aminosalycilic arterial acid, hypertension, propranol, diabetes amlodipine, mellitus, ramipril, hypothyroidism atorvastin, dapagliflozin, vildagliptin, glycazide, thiamazole 2 F 81 Asthma, atrial Flixotide, fibrilation budesonide, formoterol, aminosalycilic acid, isoprenaline 3 F 68 Diabetes Sitagliptin 4 M 78 Atrial Carvedilol, fibrilation, propafenone, arterial rivaroxaban, hypertension, olmesartan Patient/ Tumor Maximal Tumor Localization diameter (mm) Number 1 Nose 20 2 Preauricular 70 3 Mandible 22 4 Chest 33
Graves' disease is currently treated with either thyrostatic drugs such as thiamazole or propylthiouracil, which block thyroid hormone synthesis, radioactive iodine, or surgical thyroidectomy [3].
In particular, propylthiouracil (PTU) and thiamazole, which are used to treat Graves' disease (GD), are known to induce ANCA and AAV [3, 4].
Graves' disease (GD) patients have higher levels of EVs in blood that are significantly reduced after antithyroid therapy with thiamazole [177].
Thus, we administered IEA therapy, thiamazole tablets 2.5 mg/d, levothyroxine sodium tablets 100 [micro]g/d, and smoking cessation.
Patients with known altered thyroidal functions (e.g., hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's diseases, and thyroidectomy) and/or using medication affecting thyroid function like thyroxine, levothyroxine, thiamazole, or iodide (n = 58) were excluded from the study.
The patient had been receiving thiamazole for 7 years for hyperthyroidism.
Model group was treated with a high cholesterol diet (HCD) (standard rabbit chow supplemented with 3% w/w cholesterol, 0.7% w/w sodium cholate, and 0.1% w/w thiamazole).