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Euthyroid Hypothyroxinemia – Euthyroid Conditions

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Euthyroid Hypothyroxinemia – Euthyroid Conditions by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Thyroid Gland Disorders.


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    1. Propranolol
    2. Salicylates
    3. Furosemide in CKI patients
    4. NSAIDS
    5. Mefenamic acid
    1. Hereditary- X linked dominant
    2. Androgen excess
    3. Nephrotic syndrome
    4. Dunazol
    5. Niacin
    1. Heparin
    2. Phenytoin
    3. Carbamezapine
    4. Mefenamic acid
    5. L-asparaginase
    1. Decreased total thyroid hormone caused by an increase in free thyroid hormone due to decreased TBG
    2. Increased total thyroid hormone due to decreased TBG
    3. No change to thyroid hormone release but an increase in conversion from T4 to T3
    4. No change in thyroid hormone by down-regulation of TBG synthesis
    5. Increase in free thyroid hormone leading to a decrease in total thyroid hormone

    Author of lecture Euthyroid Hypothyroxinemia – Euthyroid Conditions

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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