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==Definition==
 
==Definition==
 
'''G<sub>T</sub>''', also referred to as '''SPINA-GT''', is an abbreviation for "Gain of Thyroid" and a mathematical symbol for the calculated [[secretory capacity]] of the [[thyroid gland]].
 
'''G<sub>T</sub>''', also referred to as '''SPINA-GT''', is an abbreviation for "Gain of Thyroid" and a mathematical symbol for the calculated [[secretory capacity]] of the [[thyroid gland]].
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==Clinical significance==
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SPINA-GT has a higher re-test reliability than laboratory investigations of [[TSH]], free [[T4]] or free [[T3]]<ref>Dietrich JW, Landgrafe-Mende G, Wiora E, Chatzitomaris A, Klein HH, Midgley JE, Hoermann R. Calculated Parameters of Thyroid Homeostasis: Emerging Tools for Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Research. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2016 Jun 9;7:57. [[doi:10.3389/fendo.2016.00057]]. eCollection 2016. PubMed PMID 27375554</ref>.
  
 
==Reference range ==
 
==Reference range ==
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==References==
 
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==Additional references==
 
*Dietrich, J., M. Fischer, J. Jauch, E. Pantke, R. Gärtner und C. R. Pickardt (1999). "SPINA-THYR: A Novel Systems Theoretic Approach to Determine the Secretion Capacity of the Thyroid Gland." European Jounal of Internal Medicine 10, Suppl. 1 (5/1999): S34.
 
*Dietrich, J., M. Fischer, J. Jauch, E. Pantke, R. Gärtner und C. R. Pickardt (1999). "SPINA-THYR: A Novel Systems Theoretic Approach to Determine the Secretion Capacity of the Thyroid Gland." European Jounal of Internal Medicine 10, Suppl. 1 (5/1999): S34.
 
*Dietrich, J. W. (2002). [http://www.logos-verlag.de/cgi-local/buch?isbn=850 Der Hypophysen-Schilddrüsen-Regelkreis. Entwicklung und klinische Anwendung eines nichtlinearen Modells]. Berlin, Logos-Verlag.
 
*Dietrich, J. W. (2002). [http://www.logos-verlag.de/cgi-local/buch?isbn=850 Der Hypophysen-Schilddrüsen-Regelkreis. Entwicklung und klinische Anwendung eines nichtlinearen Modells]. Berlin, Logos-Verlag.
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Revision as of 20:17, 8 July 2016

German: GT

1 Definition

GT, also referred to as SPINA-GT, is an abbreviation for "Gain of Thyroid" and a mathematical symbol for the calculated secretory capacity of the thyroid gland.

2 Clinical significance

SPINA-GT has a higher re-test reliability than laboratory investigations of TSH, free T4 or free T3[1].

3 Reference range

1,41 - 8,67 pmol/sec.

see also: GD, SPINA

4 Web links

SPINA Reference

5 References

  1. Dietrich JW, Landgrafe-Mende G, Wiora E, Chatzitomaris A, Klein HH, Midgley JE, Hoermann R. Calculated Parameters of Thyroid Homeostasis: Emerging Tools for Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Research. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2016 Jun 9;7:57. doi:10.3389/fendo.2016.00057. eCollection 2016. PubMed PMID 27375554

6 Additional references

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