Too much or too little thyroid hormone in the blood can result in serious metabolic disorders. In humans, excessive secretion of thyroid hormon, called __, can lead to high body temp, profuse sweating, weight los, irritability, and high blood pressure. The most common form of __ is __.
o In this autoimmmune disorder, the immune system produces antibodies that bidn to the receptor for TSH and activate sustained thyroid hormone production. Protruding eyes, caused by fuild accumulation behind the eyes, are a typica sympton. __, a condition of too little thyroid function, can produce symptoms such as weight gain, lethargy and intolerace to cold in adults.
- hyperthyroidism x2
- Grave's disease