• WordNet 3.6
    • n hyperthyroidism an overactive thyroid gland; pathologically excessive production of thyroid hormones or the condition resulting from excessive production of thyroid hormones
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n hyperthyroidism A condition of over-activity of the thyroid gland. Also called hyperthyroidation and hyperthyroidization.
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"This is one of the best ways to treat this disease, and the choice I made for my own cat when she was hyperthyroid ," Cook said.
Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid makes extra hormone, often raising metabolism and heart rate.
My beautiful cat, Peaches, was just diagnosed with hyperthyroidism .
Comment on "Association Between Iodinated Contrast Media Exposure and Incident Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism".
Rhee et al provide data suggesting that exposure to iodinated contrast media, which are used in a wide variety of imaging studies, results in development of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism.
Now a new product has hit the market for hyperthyroid cats.
In a series of studies, hyperthyroid cats were fed iodine-restricted diets and their thyroid hormone levels monitored.
When fed exclusively, these extremely low-iodine diets eventually resulted in normalization of hormone levels in hyperthyroid cats.
Your cat would have to visit a special hyperthyroid clinic and would need to stay for around two to five days in the hospital.
You'd think the excessive thyroid hormones would create more energy, but, in fact, the jitters can make the hyperthyroid person feel like she's doing the jitterbug 24-7.
Finally, surgical removal of the thyroid gland itself is also a method for treating hyperthyroid cats.
No matter which treatment option is selected, many hyperthyroid cats can be effectively managed and will often show improvement, if not resolution, of their clinical disease.
Hyperthyroidism Effectively Cured by Medication, Surgery.
Over 2 billion people may be at risk for iodine deficiency disorders (IDD), including mental impairment, hyperthyroidism, stillbirth, miscarriage and increased infant mortality.
No large randomised controlled trials in subclinical hyperthyroidism nor subclinical hypothyroidism have used robust clinical endpoints, particularly cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.