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- abbr. thyroid-stimulating hormone
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- thyroid-stimulating hormone
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- n. anterior pituitary hormone that stimulates the function of the thyroid gland
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Levels of a hormone called TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) secreted by the pituitary gland, will also be measured.
(!) of a pure substance with one single mode of action: it released TSH from the hypophysis.
Most doctors just check TSH, which is inadequate to identify mild problems.
I told him my thyroid levels needed to raise and requested prescription change from 90 mg to 120 as my TSH was a high 4.3.
According to the American Thyroid Association, a simple blood test called a TSH can determine whether you have a thyroid disorder
According to the American Thyroid Association, a simple blood test called a TSH can determine whether you have a thyroid disorder.
Stimulated by the secretion of a hormone from the pituitary gland called TSH thyroid-stimulating hormone, it hums along without any problems.
But beware: The first-line thyroid blood test, known as the TSH, is controversial and the cut-off for "normal" used by most labs may be too high.
Within this train of thought are technologists who posit using technological situational happenstances (known as TSH) for innovative technologies.
( "TSH") Railway main rail line near Schefferville, a distance of approximately 2.5 miles to LIM's planned processing centre at Silver Yards, and on a further approximately 13 miles to NML's planned processing centre at the Timmins mining area.