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  • adj. Having normal thyroid function.


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Coined between 1920 and 1925 from Greek eu- +‎ thyroid.


  • He is, after all, a trained endocrinologist with expertise at titrating doses, and keeping a patient "euthyroid" Thyroid Disease

  • And if the vast majority of normal (euthyroid) people have a TSH value of around 1-2 and medical protocol insists on only treating those inside the “reference range” of .03-5.5 (based on a number of symptom-free test subjects minus the highest and lowest 2.5% values), then that is like fitting a size 10 shoe (normal) on a person with a size 6 (normal) foot and expecting everything to be honky-dory.

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  • The patients are usually clinically euthyroid, but signs of hypothyroidism and the myxedema syndrome though rare may occur.

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  • Serum levels of thyroid hormones vary over a wide range, and low baseline levels may be misleading, which may result in many euthyroid (normal) horses being diagnosed as hypothyroid. News

  • Thyroid storm is a common 64 F. GRAVE'S DISEASE MANAGEMENT  Surgical - Subtotal Thyroidectomy after thyrotoxicosis is under control or pt nearly euthyroid done in 2nd tri or early 3rd tri elective Indications: 1. women who cannot adhere to medical Rx 2. women in whom drug therapy 65

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  • Design: We conducted a prospective cohort study of 521 euthyroid women without thyroid antibodies in serum who were relatives of autoimmune thyroid disease patients.

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  • In euthyroid individuals the association of thyroid function with diastolic arterial pressure remains significant even when a stricter "normal range" for TSH levels is considered.

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  • Results in euthyroid individuals have been conflicting.

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  • Most patients have overt or subclinical hypothyroidism at the time of presentation, but can also be euthyroid at the time of diagnosis.

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  • When last seen in January 2008, she was well and biochemically euthyroid on thyroxine 0.1 mg daily and had not had any further seizures.

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