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In contrast, there are only a few studies on the effects of other benign thyroid disorders on the visual process in the literature, however, only a few studies on the effects of other benign thyroid diseases on the visual process are available. Eyes and vision of patients with benign thyroid diseases in this report, using the Polish version of the thyroid-specific quality of life questionnaire. The results were evaluated after 374 randomly selected euthyroid patients and 255 control subjects responded to the ThyPROpl questionnaire. A positive correlation was also found between the results of the u201ceye disorders and other disorders. Patients with thyroid disease, asthmatics, and patients with thyroid disease were more likely to experience all of the ocular problems listed in this study than controls, except for swelling around the lower eyelids. Eye problems among patients with benign thyroid disease and ocular abnormalities have a negative effect on patient quality of life. This research found that eye complaints are common in patients with benign thyroid diseases and ocular abnormalities, which have a negative effect on overall quality of life.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-98232-0
Abstract: Patients with thyroid eye disease, 65 patients with TED, and restrictive myopathy were compared to investigate the prognostic factors of extraocular muscle restriction in patients with thyroid eye disease. The patients were divided into the improved and the not-improved groups based on the increase in the limitations of the extraocular muscle excursion during the follow-up, and the groups were compared using medical factors. The initial serum concentration of the thyroid-stimulating antibody was significantly lower in the improved than in the not-improved group Age, sex, smoking status, CAS, thyroid function, and muscle thickness on the CT scan did not significantly differ in the two groups.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-93275-9
Abstract The key diagnostic method for tear film-oriented therapy of dry eye is a review of the tear film break-up pattern. TFBUPs in 154 eyes/sides from 78 patients with thyroid eye disease who met the diagnostic criteria for dry eye disease in Japan were determined by a prospective, observational research. Although the incidence of each TFBUP in patients with a simple dry eye without TED is almost equal, line breaks were more common in TED. In addition, while random breaks in simple dry eye are usually limited to minor visual surface damage, those in TED were often associated with a higher risk of concomitant SLK.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-84661-4
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