thyrotoxicosis


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Related to thyrotoxicosis: hyperthyroidism, Graves disease

thyrotoxicosis

[¦thī·rō¦täk·sə′kō·səs]
(medicine)
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Thyroid-function tests in 35 neonates were normal, except for one case of neonatal thyrotoxicosis, which was reconfirmed at 3 weeks of age (TSH [less than or equal to] 0.
1-3 Thyrotoxicosis can cause some alterations in various body systems.
We give an uncommon report on a case of thyrotoxicosis occurred in an SHPT patient with normal thyroid undergoing dialysis after total parathyroidectomy with autotransplantation.
It has been reported that bone loss due to thyrotoxicosis does not depends upon the concentration of circulating TSH levels.
Thyrotoxicosis, atrial fibrillation, and embolism, revisited.
Non-neoplastic and non-inflammatory lesion: Colloid goiter, adenomatous goiter, benign cystic lesion, hyperplasia, thyroglossal cyst, thyrotoxicosis.
TSAb are more common, and are associated with Graves thyrotoxicosis.
20 However, the true incidence of thyroid cancer in patients with AFTN may be underreported since large doses of radioiodine are sometimes used to treat the thyrotoxicosis, which also treats the cancer.
The patient was admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of acute thyrotoxicosis, secondary to exogenous thyroid hormone.
Fetal thyrotoxicosis manifestation is observed with the transition of TSH receptor stimulating antibodies to the fetus from the 17th-20th weeks of pregnancy and with the fetal TSH receptors becoming responsive after 20 weeks.
There was no cervical lymphadenopathy with any signs of thyrotoxicosis.
The thyrotoxicosis gradually improved, but the patient's neurological condition had only marginally improved at the time of discharge.