Lecture on Hyperthyroidism


Hyperthyroidism is a hyper metabolic biochemical state. It is a multi system disease with elevated levels of FT4 or FT3 or both. Hyperthyroidism may be caused by Graves disease –diffuse toxic goiter, toxic multinodular goiter, toxic phase of sub acute thyroiditis, toxic single adenoma, pituitary tumours, among other causes.

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