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TSH

(biochemistry)
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When interpreting discordant FT4 and TSH results, the TSH test usually yields the most diagnostically reliable result.
A TSH test is an appropriate biosensor of endogenous free [T.
They should also include a list of risk factors for maternal thyroid dysfunction with a recommendation to seek a TSH test if those risk factors are present.
Although the cost of an individual TSH test is less than the cost of a sleep study, a CPAP machine, or surgery, it is nonetheless a significant amount of money, an amount that proved to be spent to little avail.
Inherited thyroid is not picked up with the TSH test, which is probably a reason why millions of people are not diagnosed.
CHICAGO -- As the prevalence of thyroid nodules diagnosed on ultrasound increases, clinicians trying to decide whether to biopsy a particular nodule should consider adding a serum TSH test to their work-up, Dr.
7) Additionally, any patient with an unexplained laboratory abnormality (eg, hypercholesterolemia, hyponatremia, anemia, hypercalcemia, elevated creatine phosphokinase) likely warrants a serum TSH test.
In that pronounced majority of cases, therefore, a TSH test alone would have been adequate to detect a problem.
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Relying on the TSH test alone to determine if you're hypothyroid could leave you misdiagnosed and mistreated.
The TSH test obviously is not set up to be run STAT.
The fallacy of the TSH test in determining the need for thyroid hormone replacement was another bone of contention with the OMB, despite the presentation of an alternative point of view that considers the safety of and many benefits of adequate thyroid hormone replacement.