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Princess of ratlin island who have been entitled the most beautiful girl in the world



An abudant woman



A woman of abundance



She who is a lady of abundance



Celtic name meaning the hill

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Variation of the name Tara meaning the hill



High hill



A form of tawny



A form of tawny



A holy place



She who brings light



Victory of the Earth



Variant of Erin, means Ireland



Descendant of Tighearnach, Regal



A hillside, who belongs to the hillside



A well or water



A black haired prince or princess



Strength or the strength of a person



The three gifts from the God



Feminine form of tullius (Name of an ancient king)



The mighty or strong people

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Endocrinologists of the Hadassah Medical Moscow clinic treat hyperthyroidism with advanced conservative methods. Expert-class equipment allows you to accurately diagnose hyperfunction of the thyroid gland, determine the exact causes of its occurrence, and differentiate it from other pathologies.

Hyperthyroidism is a disease of the thyroid gland in which the organ produces excessive amounts of thyroid hormones (T3 and T4). Due to a glut of them, all the internal processes of the body are accelerated, a person is faced with tachycardia, sudden weight loss, tremor, and increased excitability. If you notice these symptoms in yourself, you should immediately consult a doctor.

Diagnosis of hyperthyroidism includes a hormonal blood test and a number of instrumental studies. It is important to quickly determine the cause of such a deviation in order to restore normal body functions. Statistics show that the disease most often occurs in people 20-45 years old.

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The most effective diagnostic methods are used in the hospital to identify thyroid pathology and its causes. Hormonal blood test for TSH, T3, T4, ultrasound of the gland and internal organs, fine needle biopsy followed by histology, CT, MRI, ECG allow you to identify the disease and track the dynamics of treatment.

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Diagnosis and treatment programs are always personalized. We do not use universal programs for all patients, each patient receives a program with carefully selected diagnostic and therapeutic methods. The treatment takes into account the features of the course of the disease, individual indicators of the state.

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What is hyperthyroidism

The thyroid gland is butterfly-shaped and located in the lower part of the neck on the front side, above the fossa between the collarbones. The body produces specific hormones: thyroxine (T4), triiodothyronine (T3) and calcitonin. The hormones produced by the gland are necessary for the normal formation, development, and functioning of the human body. They regulate metabolic processes, hormonal balance, the work of all organs and systems, monitor the heartbeat, respiration, the activity of the genital organs, and the gastrointestinal tract.

The regulators of the thyroid gland are the hypothalamus and pituitary gland located in the brain.

When the gland, for some reason, begins to produce hormones excessively, all processes controlled by it receive an additional acceleration.

Accordingly, there is a general dysfunction of all organs and systems of the body — this is thyrotoxicosis, leading to serious consequences. Complications can be severe pathologies of the cardiovascular system, kidneys, nervous and endocrine systems.

With hyperfunction of the thyroid gland, there is a danger of developing a life-threatening condition — a thyrotoxic crisis. A person loses consciousness, tachycardia occurs, he sweats profusely.

Attention! Only urgent medical care in such situations will help overcome the dangerous consequences, therefore, with these symptoms, you should consult a doctor as soon as possible!

The reverse state of the reduced hormonal activity of the gland is hypothyroidism.

Causes of hyperthyroidism

In most cases, hyperthyroidism occurs against the background of pathological processes in the thyroid gland. Women face this problem 10 times more often than men. This is due to constant hormonal fluctuations in their body: menstruation, pregnancy, menopause.

Common causes of hyperthyroidism include:

  • Diffuse toxic or nodular goiter (Graves’, Perry’s, Flayani’s, Plummer’s, Basedow’s disease).
  • Autoimmune diseases.
  • Genetic predisposition.
  • Pathology of the pituitary gland.
  • Consequences of infectious processes.
  • Prolonged exposure to stress.
  • Toxic thyroid adenoma.
  • Adenoma of ovarian struma in men.
  • Overdose of thyroid drugs.
  • Prolonged exposure to the sun.
  • Thyroiditis.


  • Long-term treatment with iodine-based drugs (iatrogenic causes).
  • Exposure to radioactive iodine.
  • Ovarian teratoma.
  • Pregnancy with abnormal hCG levels.
  • Thyroid cancer, gland metastases, pituitary cancer.

Risk groups for the development of thyrotoxicosis:

  • Pregnant women.
  • Persons with a burdened family history.
  • People who have had or are having long-term exposure to radiation.
  • Population of endemic areas for iodine deficiency in water.
  • Despite the large list of factors that can form hyperfunction of the gland, doctors in the vast majority of cases are faced with the consequences of Plummer’s goiter and Graves’ disease.

Types, severity

Precise determination of the type, stage of the disease is very helpful in treatment, as it allows you to choose an adequate program, eliminating the typical risks of a pathological condition.

According to the generally accepted medical classification, there are three forms of hyperthyroidism:

  • Subclinical. The patient is asymptomatic. The production of hormones T3, T4 in subclinical thyrotoxicosis is still unchanged, but the level of thyroid-stimulating hormone of the pituitary gland, which controls the functioning of the gland, is lowered.
  • Manifest. With a strong decrease in the level of TSH, the concentration of T4 increases. With this form, obvious symptoms of pathology begin.
  • Complicated. Complications are actively developing. Tachycardia, instability of the psycho-emotional background, neurological status, heart or multiple organ failure appear.

Depending on endogenous or exogenous causes of development, the disease can be:

  • Primary, caused by pathologies of the gland itself.
  • Secondary. The reasons are in the pathological work of the pituitary gland, which controls the gland.
  • Tertiary. Provokes pathology improperly working hypothalamus.

The severity of the disease is determined by the symptomatic manifestation and the presence of complications:

  • Mild. Satisfactory condition, weight loss not more than 15%, heart rate up to 80-100 beats/min.
  • Medium. Weight is reduced by 15-35%, heart rate is fixed up to 120 beats / min. There are negative symptoms of pathology.
  • Heavy. Loss of body weight more than 35%. Adrenal insufficiency, multiple organ failure, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, and the cardiovascular system are manifested. The risk of thyrotoxic crisis, coma increases.

Timely correction of the condition helps to prevent all the risks associated with hyperthyroidism.

Attention! Seeing a doctor is a logical, life-saving solution for overactive thyroid symptoms.
Do not self-medicate!

Symptoms of thyrotoxicosis

It is difficult to identify hyperthyroidism in the initial stages, since the symptoms of thyrotoxicosis are confused with other somatic abnormalities.

As metabolic processes are disturbed, the following signs increase in a person:

  • Excessive sweating, increased sensitivity to heat.
  • Irritability, aggressiveness, nervousness.
  • Hand tremor.
  • Palpitations and shortness of breath.
  • Rapid weight loss.
  • Lachrymation.
  • Eye retraction, swelling, soreness.
  • Menstrual disorders.
  • Digestive disorders.
  • Deterioration of hair and nails.
  • Exacerbation of skin diseases — urticaria, hyperpigmentation.
  • Subfebrile body temperature over a long period of time.
  • A marked enlargement of the gland, which can be seen as a rounded mass on the neck above the collarbones.
  • Without treatment, symptoms of hyperthyroidism in women can be expressed in difficulty conceiving, dangerous dysfunctional uterine bleeding. Against the background of the disease, menstrual irregularities, amenorrhea, polycystic ovaries, endometriosis can be observed.
  • Chronic fatigue, muscle weakness.
  • Insomnia, night sweats, fever.
  • The skin on the ankles is thickened and pigmented, itching, small rashes occur.

Symptoms of hyperthyroidism in men — problems with potency, male infertility, erectile dysfunction.

Symptoms of hyperthyroidism are often disguised as diseases of the digestive, nervous, cardiovascular systems, therefore, in each clinical case, careful diagnosis is necessary to make the correct diagnosis.

Symptoms of thyrotoxicosis in menopausal women may be absent or may be blurred.

Symptoms of thyrotoxicosis in men are more often expressed in cardiac arrhythmias, irritability, attacks of aggressive behavior.

Methods for diagnosing thyrotoxicosis

Diagnosis of thyrotoxicosis begins with a consultation with an endocrinologist. The specialist will collect a detailed history, determine the dynamics of the disease and hereditary predisposition. Further diagnostics includes the following measures:

Palpation of the thyroid gland

determination of its size, mobility, pain

Hormonal blood test

TSH, T3, T4

Ultrasound of the thyroid gland

shows the size, shape, structure of the thyroid gland, the presence of pathological changes

Fine-needle biopsy

allows you to assess the nature of neoplasms (benign or malignant)


to identify tumors


for assessing the state of the cardiovascular systems

Additional diagnostic methods:

General clinical blood test

if a high ESR level is registered, there may be an inflammatory focus in the tissues of the gland

Biochemical blood test

High calcium concentration and low levels of protein, cholesterol, and glucose can lead to suspicion of thyroid pathology.

Examination with radioisotope iodine

pictures with the level of iodine concentration in the gland will show the nature of hormone production, the presence of pathological foci.

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Other tests may be ordered to help differentiate overactive thyroid from other conditions.

The final conclusion of the doctor is formed after the analysis of all the results of laboratory and hardware diagnostics.

Treatment methods for hyperthyroidism

The treatment regimen for hyperthyroidism depends on the degree of damage, the cause of the disease, and the patient’s condition.

Treatment usually includes:

  • Radioiodine intake. Due to this, the thyroid gland decreases in size, the production of hormones is suppressed. Gradually, the signs of hyperthyroidism subside.
  • Take radioactive iodine for several months and under constant medical supervision;
  • Taking antithyroid drugs. They suppress the production of hormones, due to which the manifestations of hyperthyroidism quickly decrease.
  • Symptomatic treatment of thyrotoxicosis. If there are problems with the cardiovascular system against the background of hyperthyroidism, drugs are prescribed to maintain it. Other tricks are also applied:
  1. B-blockers are prescribed to equalize the heart rhythm.
  2. In case of complications in the eyes, eye drops are used to eliminate dryness and burning of the mucous membranes.
  3. In advanced conditions and the «angry look» syndrome, due to an increase in the extraorbital tissue, injections of prednisolone are sometimes performed in this area.

Surgical treatment

With a significant increase in the thyroid gland or the presence of multiple neoplasms, organ resection is indicated. Removal is also performed for cancer.

After the intervention, the patient must take hormones for the rest of his life.

Prevention of hyperthyroidism

People who have a predisposition to thyroid pathologies should regularly undergo an examination by an endocrinologist and take a blood test for hormones.
The following recommendations can help minimize the chances of developing hyperthyroidism:

  • Eat a healthy and balanced diet;
  • drink vitamin complexes regularly;
  • give up bad habits;
  • minimize the amount of stress in life;
  • watch your body weight;
  • refuse self-medication with medicines;
  • support gastrointestinal health.

In order to prevent illness, more often foods and dishes rich in vitamins (especially groups A, B, C), copper, and selenium should be included in the diet.

Foods that the thyroid gland “likes” the most:

  • Apples.
  • Persimmon.
  • Seaweed.
  • Onion.
  • Fish and seafood.
  • Blueberry.
  • Germinated seeds of cereals and legumes, microgreens.
  • Nuts.
  • Vegetable and butter.

Those with chronic diseases and a predisposition to the development of hyperthyroidism, other pathologies of the thyroid gland should be examined by a doctor 1-2 times a year.

Complications of hyperfunction of the thyroid gland

With timely relief of the pathological condition, complications can be avoided.

However, without treatment or with incorrect actions, conditions dangerous to health and life develop:

  • Arrhythmia, heart or multiple organ failure.
  • Osteoporosis, brittleness of bone tissue leading to pathological fractures.
  • Ophthalmopathy, or «angry look» (Graves’ syndrome).
  • Dermopathy on the ankles, shins, feet (Graves’ syndrome).
  • A life-threatening condition in which the lack of medical care leads to death — thyrotoxic crisis.

Thyrotoxicosis complicates the patient’s situation, gives unpleasant symptoms, worsens the quality of life. All this can be solved by a timely appeal to an experienced endocrinologist.

Treatment of hyperthyroidism in the Hadassah Medical Moscow clinic

Knowing what hyperthyroidism is and how it manifests itself, you can notice dangerous signs of the disease in yourself or loved ones in time and seek help in our clinic in time.

Hyperthyroidism is a condition that requires mandatory and immediate treatment.

If you notice signs of illness or just want to check your thyroid gland, contact the Hadassah clinic in Moscow. Specialists will conduct a comprehensive diagnosis and, if necessary, prescribe adequate treatment.

Examination in the clinic is carried out using high-precision expert-class hardware diagnostic equipment, and analyzes are performed in a modern advanced laboratory.

The doctors of the clinic have extensive practical experience in the application of modern therapeutic methods. Our hospital develops and uses unique developments to help with thyroid diseases, including hyperthyroidism.

In treatment programs we use the best therapeutic regimens with proven effectiveness in foreign clinics.


Olga Pavlovna

Endocrinologist, dietitian, Ph.D.

Work experience: 11 years

Published: 07/06/2023

The information provided on the site is for reference only and cannot serve as a basis for making a diagnosis or prescribing treatment. Internal consultation of the expert is necessary.


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