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*  Signs and symptoms of Graves' disease
However, if the thyrotoxicosis is treated early, bone loss can be minimized. The level of calcium in the blood can be ... The diabetes is ameliorated or may disappear when the thyrotoxicosis is treated. Evidence of mild or severe liver disease may ... Elderly patients may have what is called "apathetic thyrotoxicosis", a state in which they have less and less severe symptoms, ... Although it is true that in most patients ophthalmopathy, goiter, and symptoms of thyrotoxicosis appear more or less ...
*  Thyroid storm
These new theories imply that thyroid storm results from an interaction of thyrotoxicosis with the specific response of the ... According to newer theories, thyroid storm results from allostatic failure in a situation were thyrotoxicosis hampers the ... Burch, H. B.; Wartofsky, L. (June 1993). "Life-threatening thyrotoxicosis. Thyroid storm". Endocrinology and Metabolism Clinics ... where critical illness is accompanied by thyrotoxicosis, this comorbidity prevents the down-regulation of thyroid function. ...
*  Thyrotoxicosis factitia
... refers to a condition of thyrotoxicosis caused by the ingestion of exogenous thyroid hormone. It can be ... toc-thyrotoxicosis-factitia Jahagirdar VR, Strouhal P, Holder G, Gama R, Singh BM. Thyrotoxicosis factitia masquerading as ... In such cases, increased faecal thyroxine levels in thyrotoxicosis factitia may help differentiate it from other causes of ... Ingestion of thyroid hormone also suppresses thyroglobulin levels helping to differentiate thyrotoxicosis factitia from other ...
*  Hyperthyroidism
... a phenomenon known as exogenous thyrotoxicosis, alimentary thyrotoxicosis, or occult factitial thyrotoxicosis). Hypersecretion ... Thyrotoxicosis can also occur after taking too much thyroid hormone in the form of supplements, such as levothyroxine ( ... Thyrotoxicosis is the condition that occurs due to excessive thyroid hormone of any cause and therefore includes ... Chan WB, Yeung VT, Chow CC, So WY, Cockram CS (1999). "Gynaecomastia as a presenting feature of thyrotoxicosis". Postgrad Med J ...
*  Anorexia nervosa (differential diagnoses)
Krahn, D. (1990). "Thyrotoxicosis and Bulimia Nervosa". Psychosomatics. 31 (2): 222-224. doi:10.1016/S0033-3182(90)72201-3. ...
*  Eating disorder
Krahn, D (1990). "Thyrotoxicosis and bulimia nervosa". Psychosomatics. 31 (2): 222-4. doi:10.1016/S0033-3182(90)72201-3. PMID ...
*  Plummer's nail
It occurs in patients with thyrotoxicosis. About 5% of hyperthyroid patients display abnormal nail changes. Plummer's nail is ...
*  Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis
These are normal in the other forms, and in thyrotoxicosis the levels of thyroxine and triiodothyronine are elevated, with ... "Periodic paralysis complicating thyrotoxicosis in Chinese". Br Med J. 1 (5538): 451-5. doi:10.1136/bmj.1.5538.451. PMC 1840834 ...
*  Struma ovarii
March 2009). "Struma ovarii and peritoneal strumosis with thyrotoxicosis". Thyroid. 19 (3): 305-8. doi:10.1089/thy.2008.0307. ...
*  Margaret Battye
... died of thyrotoxicosis in 1949. Judith Ion (27 February 2004). "McClemans, Sheila Mary (1909 - 1988)". ...
*  Craniosynostosis
A common complication of juvenile thyrotoxicosis". J. Pediatr. 93 (2): 188-91. doi:10.1016/S0022-3476(78)80493-4. PMID 209162. ...
*  Trigonocephaly
A common complication of juvenile thyrotoxicosis". The Journal of Pediatrics. 93 (2): 188-91. doi:10.1016/S0022-3476(78)80493-4 ...
*  Shock (circulatory)
Thyrotoxicosis (cardiogenic shock) may induce a reversible cardiomyopathy. Acute adrenal insufficiency (distributive shock) is ...
*  Iodine-131
Treatment of thyrotoxicosis (including Graves' disease) with 600-2,000 mg potassium perchlorate (430-1,400 mg perchlorate) ... Major uses of 131I include the treatment of thyrotoxicosis (hyperthyroidism) and some types of thyroid cancer that absorb ... Current regimens for treatment of thyrotoxicosis (including Graves' disease), when a patient is exposed to additional sources ... Barzilai, D.; Sheinfeld, M. (1966). "Fatal complications following use of potassium perchlorate in thyrotoxicosis. Report of ...
*  Nuclear fission product
Treatment of thyrotoxicosis (including Graves' disease) with 600-2,000 mg potassium perchlorate (430-1,400 mg perchlorate) ... Current regimens for treatment of thyrotoxicosis (including Graves' disease), when a patient is exposed to additional sources ... Barzilai, D; Sheinfeld, M (1966). "Fatal complications following use of potassium perchlorate in thyrotoxicosis. Report of two ... higher doses were introduced when 400 mg/day was discovered not to control thyrotoxicosis in all subjects. ...
*  Sum activity of peripheral deiodinases
Using marked thyroxine exposes the body to thyrotoxicosis and radioactivity. Additionally, it is not possible to differentiate ...
*  Toxic nodular goiter
... is the presence of thyrotoxicosis and thyroid nodules. It is prevalent in people older than 40 years old ... It is possible that the remission of thyrotoxicosis is a result of spontaneous hemorrhage and cystic degeneration. This ... These nodules are assumed to be irreversible and when functional can lead to thyrotoxicosis (another name for hyperthyroidism ... Thyrotoxicosis has been documented to have some cases of spontaneous remission without treatment as seen in the study done by ...
*  Methylhomatropine
Untreated glaucoma Myasthenia gravis Severe heart failure Thyrotoxicosis "Paratropina (Homatropine Methylbromide)". "Hydromet ( ...
*  Onycholysis
In thyrotoxicosis it is thought to be due to sympathetic overactivity. It may also be seen in infections or trauma. Onycholysis ...
*  Infiltrative ophthalmopathy
Exophthalmos associated with Grave's disease disappears when the thyrotoxicosis is corrected. Infiltrative ophthalmopathy at ...
*  Familial dysalbuminemic hyperthyroxinemia
March 1982). "Familial dysalbuminemic hyperthyroxinemia: a syndrome that can be confused with thyrotoxicosis". N. Engl. J. Med ...
*  Heat intolerance
Excess thyroid hormone, which is called thyrotoxicosis, is the most common cause. Other causes include: Amphetamines along with ...
*  Subacute thyroiditis
... is a form of thyroiditis that can be a cause of both thyrotoxicosis and hypothyroidism. It is uncommon and ... Fever and symptoms of thyrotoxicosis was present in two thirds of subjects. Upper respiratory tract infections in the month ...
*  List of food contamination incidents
"A cluster of thyrotoxicosis associated with consumption of a soy milk product". Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public ...
*  Hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid axis
Thyrotoxicosis: Over-supply with thyroid hormones, e.g. by overdosed exogenously levothyroxine supplementation. Low-T3 syndrome ...