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Common risk factors in the development of euthyroid sick syndrome include iodine deficiency, female sex and pregnancy, radiation exposure, elderly, family history of thyroid disease, primary pulmonary hypertension, and infiltrative disease. Other less common risk factors are excessive intake of iodine, textile workers, and diabetes mellitus type I.
Common Risk Factors
Common risk factors in the development of euthyroid sick syndrome includes:
- Iodine deficiency
- Female sex and pregnancy
- Radiation exposure
- Family history of thyroid disease
- Primary pulmonary hypertension
- Infiltrative disease
Less Common Risk Factors
Less common risk factors in the development of euthyroid sick syndrome includes:
- Excessive intake of iodine
- Textile workers
- Diabetes mellitus type I
- ↑ Bruun T, Kristoffersen K (1978). "Thyroid function during pregnancy with special reference to hydatidiform mole and hyperemesis". Acta Endocrinol. 88 (2): 383–9. PMID 78652.
- ↑ Bober SA, McGill AC, Tunbridge WM (1986). "Thyroid function in hyperemesis gravidarum". Acta Endocrinol. 111 (3): 404–10. PMID 3083627.
- ↑ Vogelius IR, Bentzen SM, Maraldo MV, Petersen PM, Specht L (2011). "Risk factors for radiation-induced hypothyroidism: a literature-based meta-analysis". Cancer. 117 (23): 5250–60. doi:10.1002/cncr.26186. PMID 21567385.
- ↑ Fan, Shengxian; Ni, Xiaodong; Wang, Jian; Zhang, Yongliang; Tao, Shen; Chen, Mimi; Li, Yousheng; Li, Jieshou (2016). "Low Triiodothyronine Syndrome in Patients With Radiation Enteritis". Medicine. 95 (6): e2640. doi:10.1097/MD.0000000000002640. ISSN 0025-7974.
- ↑ Curnock AL, Dweik RA, Higgins BH, Saadi HF, Arroliga AC (1999). "High prevalence of hypothyroidism in patients with primary pulmonary hypertension". Am. J. Med. Sci. 318 (5): 289–92. PMID 10555089.