Molekulargenetische Diagnostik
Praxis Dr. Mato Nagel

Schilddrüsenhormonresistenz

Patienten mit Schilddrüsenhormonresistenz sind durch eine Struma bei hohen Schilddrüsenhormonspiegel und einer euthyreoten Stoffwechsellage characterisiert. Zur Reduktion des Strumawachstums werden sehr hohe Schilddrüsenhormondosen benötigt. Verschiedene Ursachen der Schilddrüsenhormonresistenz können unterschieden werden. Rezeptordefekte sind am besten untersucht. Weitere Ursachen können ein gestörter Hormontransport durch die Zellmembran, Metabolisierungsstörungen, Störungen beim Eintritt in dien Zellkern und Störungen in den Kofaktoren (RXRA) sein.

Gliederung

Störungen des Schilddrüsenhormonsystems
Basedow-Krankheit
Neigung zur thyreotoxischen periodischen Paralyse 1
Neonataler Diabetes mellitus mit angeborener Hypothyreose
Schilddrüsenhormonresistenz
Autosomal dominante generalisierte Schilddrüsenhormonresistenz
THRB
Autosomal rezessive generalisierte Schilddrüsenhormonresistenz
THRB
RXRA
Selektive hypophysäre Schilddrüsenhormonresistenz
THRB

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