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Table 2 Function of endocrine glands

From: Massive pericardial effusion and cardiac tamponade revealed undiagnosed Turner syndrome: a case report

Parameters Patient’s values Reference range
Thyroid function on admission
 TPOAba > 3000 < 15 U/mL
 TSHa > 100 0.25–5 μIU/mL
 T3a < 0.05 0.78–2.20 ng/mL
 T4a < 2.00 4.2–13.5 μg/dL
 Free T3a 2.94 2.91–9.08 pmol/L
 Free T4a 3.00 9.05–25.5 pmol/L
 TSHb 12.1 0.25–5 μIU/mL
 Free T3b 4.79 2.91–9.08 pmol/L
 Free T4b 19.2 9.05–25.5 pmol/L
Pituitary–gonadal axis
 E2 < 18.4 28–156 pmol/L
 Prog 2.00 0.7–4.3 nmol/L
 PRL 12.84 4.79–23.3 ng/mL
 LH 6.28 1.7–8.6 mIU/mL
 FSH 27.32 1.5–12.4 mIU/mL
 T < 0.087 0.29–1.67 nmol/L
Pituitary-adrenal axis
 ACTH 37.9 7.2–63.3 pg/mL
 COR (8 am) 30.8 5–28 μg/dL
GH/IGF-1
 GH  < 1.7  < 10 μg/L
 IGF-1 169 115–307 ng/mL
 IGF-BP3 4.23 3.5–7.0 μg/mL
  1. TPOAb, thyroid peroxidase antibody; TSH, thyroid-stimulating hormone; T3, triiodothyronine; T4, thyroxine; E2, estradiol; Prog, progesterone; PRL, prolactin; LH, luteinizing hormone; FSH, follicle-stimulating hormone; T, testosterone; ACTH, adrenocorticotropic hormone; COR, cortisol; GH, growth hormone; IGF-1, insulin-like growth factor 1; IGF-BP3, insulin-like growth factor binding protein 3
  2. aThroid function at presentation
  3. bTSH, FT4 and FT3 after one month of L-T4 sumplement