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Last Updated: 10 July 2022

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Nocturnal TSH Surge and TRH Test Response in the Evaluation of Thyroid Axis in Hypothalamic Pituitary Disorders in Childhood

Patients were divided by their serum values of FT 4 in group 1 (u226510. 3 pmol/l) and group 2 with FT 4 10. 3 pmol/l, according to their snel blood test results, which included FT 4 226510. 3 pmol/l and group 2 with FT 4 10. 3 pmol/l and group 2 with FT 4 10. 3 pmol/l and group 2 with FT 4 u226510. 3 u226510 a u226510. 3 pmol/l and group 1u226510. 3 FT4 u226510101010 10. 3 pmol/l and group 2 10. 3 t u226510. 3 pmol/l and group 1 pmol/l and group 1 pmol/l and group 2 with pmol/l and 10. 3 pmol/l and group 2 with pmol/l and group 2 with pmol/l and group 2 with u22651010 p 7 patients had normal results, 2 had abnormalities in both tests, and 9 had only TSH nocturnal surge altered, with 9 showing only TRH alterations. In conclusion, no further investigation is required to reveal thyroid axis changes in patients with hypothalamic pituitary disorders low on FT-4, but thyroid axis abnormalities may be needed in patients with normal FT4 results, although in patients with normal FT4 results, a nocturnal TSH secretion and TRH test may be needed to reveal thyroid abnormalities.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1159/000023286

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