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965 Possible Causes for Euthyroid

  • Goiter

    A detailed history and exam, confirmation of euthyroid status, and imaging when appropriate is the best approach to euthyroid patients with thyroid enlargement in regions[] All three forms of euthyroid goiter are common, especially in women.[] Euthyroid diffuse goiter Iodine deficiency is the main cause of euthyroid diffuse goiter; accordingly, correction of the intrathyroid iodine deficiency is the main objective[]

  • Hypothyroidism

    […] hypothyroid-euthyroid TSH-triggered multinodular goiter Thyroxine resistance euthyroid End-organ-dependent function Acromegaly euthyroid IGF-1-dependent Drugs (lithium, thyrostatic[] Euthyroid diffuse goiter Iodine deficiency is the main cause of euthyroid diffuse goiter; accordingly, correction of the intrathyroid iodine deficiency is the main objective[] Blood was collected from subjects at baseline and at intervals post-treatment with l-thyroxine until they reached to euthyroid levels.[]

  • Hashimoto Thyroiditis

    Compared to euthyroid HT patients and controls, both hypothyroid (2.34-fold difference versus controls, P 0.01) and thyroxine-supplemented patients (2.5-fold, P 0.001) showed[] A total of 57.1% of initially euthyroid children remain euthyroid, and 40.6% of patients with initial SH normalize thyroid function within five years after HT diagnosis.[] Ninety three patients with euthyroid HT and 31 age- and gender-matched euthyroid control subjects were enrolled into this study.[]

  • Toxic Thyroid Adenoma

    One year later the patient remains normocalcemic, euthyroid and clinically well.[] RESULTS: 90% of patients with TA and 80% with TMG recovered euthyroidism at the third month. One patient with TA and three with TMG required two doses.[] Not all nodules are toxic, and some cases may present as euthyroid. Radiotracer uptake is focal, unlike in Graves disease. 2 articles feature images from this case[]

  • Hyperthyroidism

    RESULTS: All individuals were rendered euthyroid by final assessment.[] The objective of the study was to investigate changes in metabolism associated with reinstatement of euthyroidism in Swedish patients.[] We compared pathological features and surgical outcomes of hyperthyroid versus euthyroid patients.[]

  • Familial Multinodular Goiter

    To our knowledge, there has been no study regarding family history as a risk factor for thyroid cancer in the euthyroid asymptomatic population that included US analysis as[] […] acid in euthyroid goiter.[] MNG • There are multiple nodules in thyroid • Progression from diffuse hyperplastic goiter • Can weigh upto 2kg • Mostly euthyroid • More common in FEMALES • They can be :[]

  • Toxic Nodular Goiter

    BACKGROUND: Strategies to increase frequency of euthyroidism following radioactive (RAI) treatment of hyperthyroidism are required.[] Forty-nine (83%) patients who were euthyroid and hypothyroid were considered responders.[] Euthyroidism was achieved in 88% of patients.[]

  • Nontoxic Goiter

    Abstract Human thyroid blood flow rate (TBF) was measured during operations by electromagnetic flowmetry in 75 euthyroid patients with normal thyroid tissue, nodular goiter[] Euthyroid patients were enrolled at baseline, 80% of whom remained euthyroid six months post-treatment, with 20% experiencing subclinical thyroid dysfunction.[] All were clinically and biochemically euthyroid, and preoperatively none were taking any thyroid and/or antithyroid medication.[]

  • Graves Disease

    Euthyroid Graves' disease (EGD) is a rare condition marked by the onset of thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy (TAO) in the absence of thyroid dysfunction.[] In the cohort receiving a single administration, 38, 32 and 26% were euthyroid on no specific thyroid medication at 3, 5 and 10 years, respectively.[] Efficacy of single daily dosage of methimazole vs. propylthiouracil in the induction of euthyroidism First published: 20 December 2001 Cited by: 26 Dr Sutin Sriussadaporn,[]

  • Substernal Goiter

    […] goiter Euthyroid goiter (disorder) Euthyroid goitre Goiter Goiter (disorder) Goiter NOS Goitre Intrathoracic goiter Intrathoracic goitre Mass of thyroid gland Mass of thyroid[] Ten to twenty percent have no cervical mass or tracheal deviation on examination, and virtually all patients are euthyroid.[] […] of patients, without any specific symptoms of malignancy; 4) the group of patients with hyperthyroidism was characterized by a significantly longer clinical history than euthyroid[]

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