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Euthyroid means normal thyroid.
Euthyroid means the thyroid hormone levels are within normal limits, as opposed to hypothyroid or hyperthyroid.
Euthyroid means that the gland is working within normal established and accepted parameters.
The vast majority of people are euthyroid (normal thyroid hormone levels and functioning). A very small minority of people have hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.
The medical term meaning a thyroid gland that appears to be functioning within normal parameters is Euthyroid.
Hypothyrodism because there is no thyroid.
No, actually euthyroid means a normally functioning thyroid gland; it is a state of normal thyroid gland function. The term hyperthyroid means that the thyroid is overactive, and hypothyroid refers to an under active thyroid.
high TSH than the normal range means hypothyrodism.
Nothing. Thyroid levels are reported in terms of TSH, free T4 and total T4 level values.
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