The patient was placed on thyroid hormone replacement therapy, and she was well at 2 years of follow-up.
What does THRT stand for?
THRT stands for Thyroid Hormone Replacement Therapy
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Samples in periodicals archive:
amp;#8221; Current research suggests that it is “time to consider a personalized regimen of thyroid hormone replacement therapy in hypothyroid patients,” which in this case is referring to the use of T4/T3 combination therapy.
Women with subclinical hypothyroidism should receive thyroid hormone replacement therapy for life, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Thyroid Association.
The rate of thyroid hormone replacement therapy at baseline varied among the studies, from 0% to 8%.
Physicians should be especially careful to look for fetal hyperthyroidism in women with a history of Graves' disease who are on thyroid hormone replacement therapy but have discontinued antithyroid medication.