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  1. Prior to Thyroid surgery, this is given to calm the Thyroid gland:
  2. These are all causes of Tertiary Hyperthyroidism:
  3. This occurs when the Pituitary rel. excess TSH & that causes over stimulation of the Thyroid Gland:
  4. Are TSH levels high or low in Hyperthryoidism d/t the Pituitary gland?
  5. Iodine does this:
  6. This occurs when the Hypothalamus secretes too much TRH:
  7. If TSH is high in Hyperthyroidism it is because of this gland:
  8. After Thyroid surgery the Pt will prob. require taking this med:
  9. These are s/s of Hyperthyroidism:
  10. Serum levels of T3 and T4 are elevated in this:
  11. This is given prior to surgery to reduce the risk of bleeding:
  12. Are TSH levels high or low in Primary Hyperthyroidism?
  13. This occurs when a prob. w/i the Thyroid Gland causes excessive hormone rel.:
  1. a Iodine
  2. b Tertiarty Hyperthyroidism
  3. c The Pituitary Gland
  4. d Primary Hyperthyroidism
  5. e Hyperthyroidism
  6. f Anti-Thyroid meds.
  7. g (Fight/Flight responses) Tachycardia, palpitations, increased CO, restlessness, hyperactive reflexes, tremors, nervousness.
  8. h Low
  9. i Thyroid Nodules (Multi-nodular Goiter, Toxic Adenoma), Thyroiditis, Thyroid Tumor, too much TH to trt Hypothyroidism, radiation exposure.
  10. j High
  11. k Secondary Hyperthyroidism
  12. l Levothyroxine/Synthroid (a Thyroid replacement hormone).
  13. m Reduces the vasc. of the Thyroid Gland to <the risk of bleeding during surgery.