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Another sign of Graves' disease is hyperthyroidism, i. Normal thyroid levels are also seen, and occasionally also hypothyroidism , which may assist in causing goiter though it is not the cause of the Graves' disease.
Hyperthyroidism in Graves' disease is confirmed, as with any other cause of hyperthyroidism, by measuring elevated blood levels of free unbound T3 and T4.
Other useful laboratory measurements in Graves' disease include thyroid-stimulating hormone TSH, usually undetectable in Graves' disease due to negative feedback from the elevated T3 and T4 , and protein-bound iodine elevated.
Serologically detected thyroid-stimulating antibodies, radioactive iodine RAI uptake, or thyroid ultrasound with Doppler all can independently confirm a diagnosis of Graves' disease.
Biopsy to obtain histiological testing is not normally required, but may be obtained if thyroidectomy is performed. The goiter in Graves' disease is often not nodular, but thyroid nodules are also common.
Measuring TSH-receptor antibodies with the h-TBII assay has been proven efficient and was the most practical approach found in one study.
Thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy TAO , or thyroid eye disease TED , is the most common extrathyroidal manifestation of Graves' disease.
It is a form of idiopathic lymphocytic orbital inflammation, and although its pathogenesis is not completely understood, autoimmune activation of orbital fibroblasts , which in TAO express the TSH receptor , is thought to play a central role.
Hypertrophy of the extraocular muscles, adipogenesis , and deposition of nonsulfated glycoaminoglycans and hyaluronate, causes expansion of the orbital fat and muscle compartments, which within the confines of the bony orbit may lead to dysthyroid optic neuropathy , increased intraocular pressures , proptosis, venous congestion leading to chemosis and periorbital edema, and progressive remodeling of the orbital walls.
Typically the natural history of TAO follows Rundle's curve, which describes a rapid worsening during an initial phase, up to a peak of maximum severity, and then improvement to a static plateau without, however, resolving back to a normal condition.
Treatment of Graves' disease includes antithyroid drugs which reduce the production of thyroid hormone; radioiodine radioactive iodine I ; and thyroidectomy surgical excision of the gland.
As operating on a frankly hyperthyroid patient is dangerous, prior to thyroidectomy, preoperative treatment with antithyroid drugs is given to render the patient "euthyroid" i.
Each of these treatments has advantages and disadvantages. No one treatment approach is considered the best for everyone.
Treatment with antithyroid medications must be given for six months to two years to be effective. Even then, upon cessation of the drugs, the hyperthyroid state may recur.
These drugs block the binding of iodine and coupling of iodotyrosines. Others include granulocytopenia dose-dependent, which improves on cessation of the drug and aplastic anemia.
Patients on these medications should see a doctor if they develop sore throat or fever. The most common side effects are rash and peripheral neuritis.
These drugs also cross the placenta and are secreted in breast milk. Lugol's iodine may be used to block hormone synthesis before surgery.
A randomized control trial testing single-dose treatment for Graves' found methimazole achieved euthyroid state more effectively after 12 weeks than did propylthyouracil No difference in outcome was shown for adding thyroxine to antithyroid medication and continuing thyroxine versus placebo after antithyroid medication withdrawal.
However, two markers were found that can help predict the risk of recurrence. Radioiodine radioactive iodine was developed in the early s at the Mallinckrodt General Clinical Research Center.
This modality is suitable for most patients, although some prefer to use it mainly for older patients. Indications for radioiodine are failed medical therapy or surgery and where medical or surgical therapy are contraindicated.
Hypothyroidism may be a complication of this therapy, but may be treated with thyroid hormones if it appears. The most common method of iodine treatment is to administer a specified amount in microcuries per gram of thyroid gland based on palpation or radiodiagnostic imaging of the gland over 24 hours.
Contraindications to RAI are pregnancy absolute , ophthalmopathy relative; it can aggravate thyroid eye disease , or solitary nodules.
The radioiodine treatment acts slowly over months to years to destroy the thyroid gland, and Graves' disease-associated hyperthyroidism is not cured in all persons by radioiodine, but has a relapse rate that depends on the dose of radioiodine which is administered.
This modality is suitable for young and pregnant people. Indications for thyroidectomy can be separated into absolute indications or relative indications.
These indications aid in deciding which people would benefit most from surgery. Pregnancy is advised to be delayed for 6 months after radioactive iodine treatment.
Both bilateral subtotal thyroidectomy and the Hartley-Dunhill procedure hemithyroidectomy on one side and partial lobectomy on other side are possible.
Advantages are immediate cure and potential removal of carcinoma. Its risks are injury of the recurrent laryngeal nerve , hypoparathyroidism due to removal of the parathyroid glands , hematoma which can be life-threatening if it compresses the trachea , relapse following medical treatment, infections less common , and scarring.
Needle biopsies are not so accurate at predicting a benign state of the thyroid. No further treatment of the thyroid is required, unless cancer is detected.
Radioiodine uptake study may be done after surgery, to ensure all remaining potentially cancerous thyroid cells i.
Besides this, the only remaining treatment will be levothyroxine , or thyroid replacement pills to be taken for the rest of the patient's life.
A review article concludes that surgery appears to be the most successful in the management of Graves' disease, with total thyroidectomy being the preferred surgical option.
Mild cases are treated with lubricant eye drops or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drops. Severe cases threatening vision corneal exposure or optic nerve compression are treated with steroids or orbital decompression.
In all cases, cessation of smoking is essential. Double vision can be corrected with prism glasses and surgery the latter only when the process has been stable for a while.
Difficulty closing eyes can be treated with lubricant gel at night, or with tape on the eyes to enable full, deep sleep. Orbital decompression can be performed to enable bulging eyes to retreat back into the head.
Bone is removed from the skull behind the eyes, and space is made for the muscles and fatty tissue to fall back into the skull. Eyelid muscles can become tight with Graves' disease, making it impossible to close eyes all the way.
Eyelid surgery involves an incision along the natural crease of the eyelid, and a scraping away of the muscle that holds the eyelid open.
This makes the muscle weaker, which allows the eyelid to extend over the eyeball more effectively. Eyelid surgery helps reduce or eliminate dry eye symptoms.
Studies have consistently shown that pulse intravenous methylprednisolone is superior to oral glucocorticoids both in terms of efficacy and decreased side effects for managing Graves' orbitopathy.
If left untreated, more serious complications could result, including birth defects in pregnancy, increased risk of a miscarriage , bone mineral loss  and, in extreme cases, death.
Graves' disease is often accompanied by an increase in heart rate, which may lead to further heart complications, including loss of the normal heart rhythm atrial fibrillation , which may lead to stroke.
If the eyes are proptotic bulging enough that the lids do not close completely at night, dryness will occur — with the risk of a secondary corneal infection, which could lead to blindness.
Pressure on the optic nerve behind the globe can lead to visual field defects and vision loss, as well. Prolonged untreated hyperthyroidism can lead to bone loss, which may resolve when treated.
Graves' disease occurs in about 0. Graves' disease owes its name to the Irish doctor Robert James Graves ,  who described a case of goiter with exophthalmos in The German Karl Adolph von Basedow independently reported the same constellation of symptoms in Graves' disease   has also been called exophthalmic goiter.
Less commonly, it has been known as Parry's disease,   Begbie's disease, Flajani's disease, Flajani—Basedow syndrome, and Marsh's disease.
This case was not published until , which was still ten years ahead of Graves. However, fair credit for the first description of Graves' disease goes to the 12th century Persian physician Sayyid Ismail al-Jurjani ,  who noted the association of goiter and exophthalmos in his Thesaurus of the Shah of Khwarazm , the major medical dictionary of its time.
Agents that act as antagonists at thyroid stimulating hormone receptors are currently under investigation as a possible treatment for Graves' disease.
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