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Synthroid
...  is a brand name for a drug known as levothyroxine sodium. It is normally used as a replacement therapy in hypothyroidism, which is THYROID that functions below the normal standards. It can also be administered for pituitary TSH suppression in cases where nodules or goiters have developed. It may also be applied in conjunction with surgery and radioidine therapy as a means of managing  ...

Dacarbazine
...  DTIC, DIC and Imidazole Carboxamide, Dacarbazine is used by patients who have soft tissue sarcomas, metastatic malignant melanoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, fibrosarcomas, neuroblastoma, carcinoma of the THYROID and islet cell carcinoma. The drug can be administered to the patient through the cannula at the back of the hand - with an IV infusion. Another way is through a vein close to the collarbone  ...

Acarbose
...  disorders, or any kind of allergies. Contraindications Of Acarbose Some types of drugs cannot be taken at the same time as Acarbose. These include thiazides or other diuretics, oral contraceptives, THYROID drugs. phenytoin, sympathomimetics, nicotinic acid, estrogens, calcium channel blockers, and isoniazid. If taken at the same time, you should carefully monitor your blood sugar so that it  ...

Thyroid Cancer
...  cancer is any malignant growth or tumor in the thyroid, caused by abnormal and uncontrollable cell division. Cancer is still a disease whose cure eludes scientists and researchers. The tumor may have been developed by an abnormal cell division, but there is still limited knowledge as to why these cells go crazy in the first place. The THYROID is a butterfly-shaped gland found in the  ...

Stop Smoking
...  wrinkled skin, and thin hair. Health risks are also known to be heightened with smoking. These include respiratory illnesses, especially lung cancer, heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, THYROID disease, and infertility. Other ‘simpler’ complications consist of snoring, depression and eventual brittle bones and joints. The positive effects that these measures imparted to  ...

Pernicious Anemia
...  descent also have higher risk. Also, those who have autoimmune endocrine disorders such as Addison’s disease, hypoparathyroidism, testicular dysfunction, type 1 diabetes, and chronic THYROID gland inflammation. Symptoms Weakness and fatigue are among the few signs that could readily be seen in someone who has Pernicious Anemia. This is because of the lack of oxygen in the body.  ...

Postpartum Depression
...  this mental disorder. Some of the reasons for this disorder are the following; a sudden drop in a woman’s estrogen and progesterone level following childbirth and low hormone production by the THYROID gland which causes chemical changes in the brain thereby leading to depression. Researchers have theorized that drastic change in blood pressure and a weak immune system are also some of the  ...

Amenorrhea
...  of hormones in the body, which in turn may stop the menstrual cycle. The other possible reasons for amenorrhea may include stress, chronic illness, excessive physical exertion, pituitary tumor, THYROID problems, chromosomal problems, uterine scarring, medication, and early onset menopause. Diagnosing women with amenorrhea is not difficult because of the clear absence of menstruation. Major  ...

Larynx
...  which are actually two folds of tissues that extend in the right and left side of the larynx. This part of the larynx is called the ‘true’ vocal folds. These are attached to the inside THYROID cartilage that is in the same level as the Adam’s Apple. These same vocal folds are attached to the set of cartilages also known as the arytenoids cartilages. Once these cartilages  ...

Hypothalamus
...  reproductive organs. Without GnHRF, the secondary female and male sexual characteristics will not develop fully. Thyrotropin Releasing Factor or TRF TRF stimulates the anterior pituitary to secrete THYROID Stimulating Hormone or TSH. TSH, in turn, is responsible for controlling the secretion of the THYROID hormones in the THYROID glands. The THYROID hormones; namely, thyroxine, T4 or  ...


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