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    New Jersey medicine : the…
    1995

Elevated free triiodothyronine: an uncommon form of hyperthyroidism.

@article{Goldman1995ElevatedFT,
  title={Elevated free triiodothyronine: an uncommon form of hyperthyroidism.},
  author={Mitchell H. Goldman},
  journal={New Jersey medicine : the journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey},
  year={1995},
  volume={92 8},
  pages={
          516-7
        }
}
The usual diagnosis of hyperthyroidism is determined by an elevated thyroxine (T4) level. Less commonly, isolated increased triiodothyronine (T3) levels are found, especially in nodular thyroid disease. Rarely has hyperthyroidism been diagnosed with normal (or low) T4 and T3 levels. 

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