Difference Between T3, T4 And TSHS?
Tonight Doctor, I want to ask the difference between T3, T4 and TSHS tests?
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T3, T4, and TSHS examinations are routinely recommended for patients suspected of having disorders of thyroid function (thyroid) where T3, T4 and TSHS are hormones that are closely related to thyroid function.
T3 and T4 examination is a check performed to find out the amount of T3 and T4 hormone levels in the body, a hormone produced by the thyroid gland in which the two hormones must be balanced to achieve a good functioning of the thiorid gland.
While the TSHS examination is a peemriksaan used to see the amount of hormones produced by glands in the brain that function to stimulate the thyroid gland to work.
The results of these three examinations must be interrelated to find out whether the thyroid is a thyroid or hormonal gland in the brain, and what the errors occur so that it can be determined what further therapy should be given to the patient, so this examination is recommended to be performed in all.
I hope this helps.