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The iodine urine test offers a simple and convenient testing method to monitor an individual's iodine status in urine d ... more details
The ZRT Essential Thyroid Profile tests the following hormone levels: Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Free Triiodothy ... more details
This TSH blood test provides qualitative determination of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) in whole blood samples at c ... more details
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Testing Service is perfect for helping you identify and monitor an underactive or ove ... more details
Complete Thyroid package: Thyroid Profile and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH). The combination of the Thyroid Profile ... more details
The Thyroid Health (TSH) Blood Test is used to evaluate thyroid function and to aid in discovery of either an overactiv ... more details
The Life Line Screening HealthCheck Thyroid Health (TSH) Blood Test is used to evaluate thyroid function and to aid in ... more details
Thyroid test is used to diagnose hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. This test is based on the presence of T3, T4 and TSH levels in the blood. The normal TSH levels in blood range between 0.5-5.5 mIU/ml. If the TSH levels are over 5.5 patient should be considered as a case of hypothyroidism i.e. having an under active thyroid. If the TSH levels are below 0.5, it is considered as a case of hyperthyroidism. TSH measurements are often supplemented with imaging tests, biopsies, clinical evaluation etc. Various symptoms like loss or gain of weight, blood pressure, facial features etc. are evaluated to diagnose hyper- or hypothyroidism. Hyperthyroidism patient are also evaluated by high blood pressure and rhythm irregularities like atrial fibrillation or palpitations. The core Needle Biopsy is done by obtaining a tissue sample for analysis from the patient with the help of a needle. It has a greater risk of bleeding associated complications but the test itself is more reliable and valid. In the Nuclear Scan method, a radioactive iodine uptake is made by giving a pill of iodine 123 to the patient and blood iodine levels are measured along with its uptake by thyroid.