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What is Medication related hypothyroidism?

What is Medication related hypothyroidism?

  • Medication related hypothyroidism: Drug-induced hypothyroidism is an underactive thyroid gland due to a reaction from medication.

Medication related hypothyroidism: Introduction

Types of Medication related hypothyroidism:

Broader types of Medication related hypothyroidism:

How serious is Medication related hypothyroidism?

Prognosis of Medication related hypothyroidism: With early treatment, the condition should return to normal. However, hypothyroidism will return if the replacement therapy is not continued. Myxedema coma can result in death.
Complications of Medication related hypothyroidism: see complications of Medication related hypothyroidism

What causes Medication related hypothyroidism?

Causes of Medication related hypothyroidism: see causes of Medication related hypothyroidism

What are the symptoms of Medication related hypothyroidism?

Symptoms of Medication related hypothyroidism: see symptoms of Medication related hypothyroidism

Complications of Medication related hypothyroidism: see complications of Medication related hypothyroidism

Medication related hypothyroidism: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Medication related hypothyroidism.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Medication related hypothyroidism.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Medication related hypothyroidism: Endocrinologist, Internist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Medication related hypothyroidism.
Treatments for Medication related hypothyroidism: see treatments for Medication related hypothyroidism

Name and Aliases of Medication related hypothyroidism

Main name of condition: Medication related hypothyroidism

Other names or spellings for Medication related hypothyroidism:

Drug induced hypothyroidism

 

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