Last reviewed: November 2017
Last updated: November  2017

Summary

Details

  • Thyroid hormone production
  • Thyroid hormone-binding proteins
  • Indications for TFTs: general considerations
  • Known thyroid dysfunction and preconception
  • Screening for thyroid dysfunction during pregnancy
  • TFTs
  • Low TSH - associated with a high FT4 and/or FT3
  • Low TSH - associated with a low FT4 and/or FT3
  • Low TSH - associated with a normal FT4 and/or FT3
  • High TSH - associated with a high FT4 and/or FT3
  • High TSH - associated with a low FT4 and/or FT3
  • High TSH - associated with a normal FT4 and/or FT3
  • Normal TSH - associated with a low FT4 and/or FT3
  • Drug effects

Contributors

Authors VIEW ALL

Northeast Florida Endocrine & Diabetes Associates

Jacksonville

FL

Disclosures

MS-A declares that she is a speaker for Novo Nordisk and Janssen.

Dr Mae Sheikh-Ali would like to gratefully acknowledge Dr Harshit Shah, Dr Melanie Thomas, Dr Anna Szafran-Swietlik, Dr Sandra Mesliniene, Dr Emad Naem, and Dr Abdul-Razzak Alamir, previous contributors to this monograph. HS, MT, AS-S, SM, EN, and A-RA declare that they have no competing interests.

Peer reviewers VIEW ALL

Professor of Surgery

Virginia Commonwealth University

Richmond

VA

Disclosures

RM declares that he has no competing interests.

Professor of Medicine and Endocrinology

Medical Center Spijkenisse

The Hague

The Netherlands

Disclosures

Not disclosed.

Professor of Endocrinology

Newcastle University

Endocrine Unit

Royal Victoria Infirmary

Newcastle upon Tyne

UK

Disclosures

SP declares that he has no competing interests.

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Bethesda

MD

MA and Senior Medical Advisor

NASA Headquarters

Washington

DC

Disclosures

VSS declares that he has no competing interests.

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