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In subclinical hypothyroid with normal antibody tpo.Who gland responsible for sh pituitary or thyroid.

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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine
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In brief: THYROID

It is the thyroid gland early failure sensed by anterior pitutary and as a result elevation of tsh.

In brief: THYROID

It is the thyroid gland early failure sensed by anterior pitutary and as a result elevation of tsh.
Dr. Yash Khanna
Dr. Yash Khanna
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Dr. Richard Shewbridge
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
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In brief: Almost always thyroi

Subclinical hypothyroidism infers an elevated TSH with a normal free T4 level, little to no clinical symptoms.
This is due to failure of the thyroid gland to maintain adequate hormone production. A separate scenario, in which the pituitary gland is failing, would not have an elevated tsh, and the free T4 level would be low normal. This latter scenario is much less common.

In brief: Almost always thyroi

Subclinical hypothyroidism infers an elevated TSH with a normal free T4 level, little to no clinical symptoms.
This is due to failure of the thyroid gland to maintain adequate hormone production. A separate scenario, in which the pituitary gland is failing, would not have an elevated tsh, and the free T4 level would be low normal. This latter scenario is much less common.
Dr. Richard Shewbridge
Dr. Richard Shewbridge
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