Thyroid eye disease is one of the most difficult diseases to predict, so it is often managed with collaboration between an endocrinologist and an ophthalmologist at Cleveland Clinic.
Research suggests excessive exposure to iodine in the NICU is likely responsible for hypothyroidism in preterm infants, but there are measures that can be taken to reduce iodine absorption. Neonatologist Hany Aly, MD, explains.
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Subclinical hypothyroidism is fairly common. Endocrinologist Christian Nasr, MD, discusses the upper limits of normal for TSH and what causes of elevated TSH levels.
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Eren Berber, MD, performs robotic thyroidectomy using transaxillary or transoral approaches to hide surgical scars. This improves cosmetic outcomes and engages patients in shared decision-making. Here he shares a case report.
The goal of thyroid hormone replacement is to achieve clinical and biochemical euthyroidism. Unless there is pituitary compromise, TSH continues to be the most reliable marker of adequacy of thyroid hormone replacement, says Cleveland Clinic’s Christian Nasr. MD.