Explanation Of The Results Of The Hormone Examination Lab?
I sul 24 yr. I want to ask, I just did a total of t 3 hormone test equal to total t 4 with total T 3 results: 1.18 nmol ‘/ L reference value 1.23-3.08T 4 total: 117.8 nmol / L reference value 57.9-150.6 whether the results of my examination are normal or not trimkasi
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Examination that you do is examination of thyroid hormone. Thyroid hormone is a hormone that plays a role in regulating the body's metabolism. Thyroid hormone secreted by the thyroid gland. There are 2 main hormones released by the thyroid gland, the T3 and T4 hormones. To check for thyroid disorders, usually also TSH or thyroid stimulating hormone. This hormone plays a role in triggering the release of thyroid hormone. If there is interference with the thyroid, TSH examination is usually more sensitive. When seen on your examination, your T3 hormone yield is slightly lower than normal. These results also need to be adjusted to your clinical condition, whether there are symptoms that you feel or if there are signs of abnormalities in your body. You should take the results of this examination to the doctor who recommends that you do the examination or to the nearest internist. The doctor will explain the results of this examination to you and discuss the next examination or treatment plan.
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