A oftalmopatia tireoidea é uma doença autoimune da órbita intimamente associada com o hipertireoidismo (doença de Graves), embora ambas as condições. Do ponto de vista clínico, a doença de Graves caracteriza-se por aumento difuso e hiperatividade da glândula tireóide, associada ou não a oftalmopatia. Oftalmopatia tireoidea revisitada*. Thyroid A oftalmopatia tireoidea é doença orbitária autoimune intimamente com o hipertireoidismo (doença de Graves).
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Radioactive iodine therapy in Graves’ hyperthyroidism
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Graves’ ophthalmopathy is considered to be an autoimmune disorder and a component of Graves’ disease, and represents a process confined to the orbit where the connective tissues become inflamed and accumulate glycosaminoglycans. The cumulative doses recommended vary but 20 Gy delivered over two weeks is usually used. Radioactive iodine is increasingly being used as definitive therapy, because it long has proven to be a safe, nonexpensive and effective treatment.
How to cite this article. To summarize the information on the effects of treatment of hyperthyroidism, restoration of euthyroidism by thionamides is associated with an amelioration of eye disease. Clinical features of patients with Graves’ disease undergoing remission after antithyroid drug treatment. A new MRI method for the quantitative evaluation of extraocular muscle size in thyroid ophthalmopathy.
Lower dose prednisone prevents radioiodine-associated exacerbation of initially mild or absent graves’ orbitopathy: Progression of Graves’ ophthalmopathy has been observed after radioiodine treatment, and thyroidectomy per se seems to carry a very low risk, if any, of causing Graves’ ophthalmopathy progression.