The “new normal” for thyroid function test ranges – Clinical Thyroidology® for the Public

By February 22, 2024 March 26th, 2024 Clinical Thyroidology for the Public, Featured, Friends of the ATA
Clinical Thyroidology for the Public

From Clinical Thyroidology® for the Public: The normal range of thyroid function tests is determined by measuring Free T4 and TSH levels in a population of healthy adults with no thyroid problems. Those results in the middle 95% are considered the normal range; the 2.5% above these levels and the 2.5% below these levels are considered abnormal. This study was done to see if the normal range of thyroid function tests needs to be adjusted to better reflect patients’ risk of heart disease and death. … Read More…

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