[In vitro and in vivo diagnosis of borderline hyperthyroidism].

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The evaluation of "preclinical hyperthyroidism" includes laboratory and in vivo tests. The measurements of circulating total thyroxine (T4) and total triiodothyronine (T3) depend on the plasma concentration of thyroid hormone binding proteins. A simple approach, the calculation of the free T3 index (FT3I) and the augmented FT3I (aFT3I) from total T3 and T3… (More)

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@article{MuellerBrand1982InVA, title={[In vitro and in vivo diagnosis of borderline hyperthyroidism].}, author={Jan Mueller-Brand and Raimund Fridrich and Julie Staub}, journal={Nuklearmedizin. Nuclear medicine}, year={1982}, volume={21 5}, pages={169-73} }