Findings do not support the routine use of thyroid hormone therapy in adults with subclinical hypothyroidism.
Current trial evidence does not support the treatment of subclinical hypothyroidism diagnosed in pregnancy.
Compared with uninfected individuals, people with HIV controlled with combination antiretroviral therapy are not at increased risk of developing thyroid dysfunction.
Investigators assessed the quality of life of patients with hypothyroidism who were treated with levothyroxine and its association to demographics and clinical symptomatology.
Patients with higher levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone were more likely to experience atrial tachyarrhythmia after catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation.
There are 14 states that perform a routine second screening in infants at approximately 2 weeks of age.
The association between maternal thyroid function in early pregnancy and child neurodevelopment was examined.
Investigators reviewed cases of patients with multiple sclerosis treated with alemtuzumab to determine the type and frequency of thyroid dysfunction.
The Endocrine Society, European Society of Endocrinology, and Pediatric Endocrine Society issue guidelines for the management of hypothalamic-pituitary and growth disorders in childhood cancer survivors.
This study sought to further examine the association between migraine and subclinical hypothyroidism.
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