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Congenital Hypothyroidism 先天性甲狀腺功能低下2023/3/21
Congenital hypothyroidism is the condition of insufficient thyroxine in infants at birth, with an incidence of about 1 in 3,000.
Hyperthyroidism in Children 兒童甲狀腺機能亢進2023/3/21
Hyperthyroidism (medically known as Graves' disease) is an endocrine disorder caused by the thyroid gland producing excess hormones.
Cervical Spinal Injury 談頸椎受傷2023/3/16
Cervical spine is located in the area of neck and composed of seven cervical bones; it is an important pathway for conducting brain command; so if it is injured, it could incur fatality.
The Diagnosis and Treatment of Hyperthyroidism 甲狀腺機能亢進的診斷與治療2023/2/15
Hyperthyroidism symptoms usually include palpitations, nervousness, diaphoresis, heat-intolerance, hand tremor, weight loss, frequent defecations, menstrual irregularity, and proptosis in some patients.
Hypothyroidism is not uncommon. In particular the conditions of onset are the deficiency of thyroid hormone and low thyroid secretion (insufficient quantity of thyroid hormones produced). Hypothyroidism is the most common thyroid disease.
Hyperthyroidism and Pregnancy 甲狀腺功能亢進與懷孕2023/2/15
Pregnancy can lead to physiological changes in the thyroid gland, further affecting thyroid function test results. In the early stages of pregnancy, these results can lead to a report of hyperthyroidism, which is normal and does not require further treatment or correction.
The thyroid gland is mainly in charge of the internal metabolism regulation mechanism of the body.
The clinical symptoms of hypothyroidism include: joint pain, intolerance of cold, constipation, depression, inability to concentrate, dry skin, fatigue, sparse hair, hair loss, poor memory, menorrhagia, muscle ache, weakness and weight gain.
Thyrotoxic Peroidic Paralysis 甲狀腺毒性週期性麻痺症2023/2/15
Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis (TPP) occurs occasionally in patients with hyperthyroidism, with the manifestations being mainly hypokalemia and sudden muscle weakness. According to the literature records and case review, it was more likely to occur in Asians, with the incidence of hyperthyroidism in Asian patients about 2%, while that in North America was about 0.1% ~ 0.2%, and most aged 20 ~ 40 years old.
Thyroid Disease in Pregnancy 甲狀腺疾患與孕婦2023/2/15
If you are pregnant accidentally, you should inform your doctor immediately and receive treatment.