thyrotoxicosis


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Related to thyrotoxicosis: hyperthyroidism, Graves disease
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Prevalence of gestational thyrotoxicosis in Asian women evaluated in the 8th to 14th weeks of pregnancy: Correlations with total and free beta human chorionic gonadotrophin.
In some patients, thyrotoxicosis persists, while it exhibits remission after ATD withdrawal in others.
Then, thyrotoxicosis was diagnosed, and the dialysis was strengthened to eliminate the excessive thyroid hormones, and dexamethasone and [sz]-adrenergic antagonist propranolol were administered to inhibit the thyroid function and control beta-adrenergic activity.
Pathophysiological basis for thyrotoxicosis as an aggravating factor in post-ischemic brain injury in rats.
At this time, the TRAb (TBII) measurement remained increased and her clinical features suggested the development of either Graves thyrotoxicosis or postpartum thyroiditis.
Does Graves' disease or thyrotoxicosis affect the prognosis of thyroid cancer.
Patients who obtain thyroid supplementation on the internet or through other sources are at risk for thyrotoxicosis because of the unpredictability of dosing and contents.
Treatment approaches: The effects of propylthiouracil (PTU) and methimazole are similar in controlling thyrotoxicosis in pregnancy.
Paraplegia, hypokalaemia and nephropathy, with muscle lesions of potassium deficiency, associated with thyrotoxicosis.
20) There is also substantial evidence to suggest that increased activity of the Na/K ATPase in response to thyrotoxicosis plays a considerable role.
Thus, skeletal muscle is one of the major target organs of thyroid hormones; thyrotoxicosis consequently leads to myopathy as well as decreased muscle mass and strength [1,3].
Sympathetic nervous system activation and thyrotoxicosis manifestations were mostly similar, especially with regard to ionotrophic effects.
Although thyrotoxicosis is more common in women, THPP has a predilection for men (20:1).
In our June issue we will cover the following topics; Late-Onset Hypogonadism in Male Patients Over 60 Years of Age with Metabolic Syndrome, Depression, Anxiety and Quality of Life Among Adult Turkish Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and the Relationship of Cardiovascular Disease Risk, Evaluation of Preventive Studies in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Primary Thyroid Lymphoma Diagnosed During Pregnancy: A Case Report, 46, XX Male Syndrome, Bluish Discoloration with Thyrotoxicosis.