Thyrotoxicosis

Over-activity of the thyroid gland

thyrotoxicosis

<disease, endocrinology> The condition resulting from presentation to the tissues of excessive quantities of the thyroid hormones, whether the excess results from overproduction by the thyroid gland (as in Graves disease), originated outside the thyroid or is due to loss of storage function and leakage from the gland. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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thyrotoxicosis

(thi″ro-tok″sĭ-ko┬┤sis) the condition caused by excessive quantities of thyroid hormones; see also hyperthyroidism. It may be due to overproduction by the thyroid gland (as in Graves disease), overproduction originating outside the gland, or loss of storage function and leakage from the gland.
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Thyrotoxicosis

A pathologic thyroid hyperfunction.
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Thyrotoxicosis

a toxic condition resulting from over-activity of the thyroid gland
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thyrotoxicosis

Over stimulation of the thyroid gland resulting in the over production of thyroxine
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thyrotoxicosis

Synonym for hyperthyroidism
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thyrotoxicosis

the condition resulting from presentation to the tissues of excessive quantities of the thyroid hormones, whether the excess results from overproduction by the thyroid gland (as in Graves' disease), originated outside the thyroid, or is due to loss of storage function and leakage from the gland.
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thyrotoxicosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: thī′rō-tok′si-kō′sis Definitions: 1. The state produced by excessive quantities of endogenous or exogenous thyroid hormone.
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