Influence on Quality of Life Among Patients with Hypothyroidism

  title={Influence on Quality of Life Among Patients with Hypothyroidism},
  author={Sireesha Paruchuri and Ganesh Pandian Balasubramanian and Parashuram Nagula},
Aim: The study is to analyze the influence of quality of life with the patients suffering from hypothyroidism. Methods: This is a prospective observational study conducted for 6 months at endocrinology OPD of a tertiary care teaching hospital, India. Patients diagnosed with hypothyroidism were included in our study. Parameters such as TSH, tT3 and tT4 levels were monitored and their QOL were measured by using short form 36 (SF-36) questionnaires during their baseline and review visit. This… 
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