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Descriptor English: Hyperthyroxinemia, Familial Dysalbuminemic
Descriptor Spanish: Hipertiroxinemia Disalbuminémica Familiar
Descriptor Portuguese: Hipertireoxinemia Disalbuminêmica Familiar
Descriptor French: Hyperthyroxinémie dysalbuminémique familiale
Entry term(s): Dysalbuminemic Hyperthyroxinemia, Familial
Familial Dysalbuminemic Hyperthyroxinemia
Tree number(s): C16.320.427
C19.874.410.249
RDF Unique Identifier: https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D050010
Scope note: An inherited autosomal dominant trait characterized by abnormally elevated levels of total serum THYROXINE; (T4) in euthyroid patients with abnormal SERUM ALBUMIN that binds T4 with enhanced affinity. The serum levels of free T4, free T3, and TSH are normal. It is one of several T4 abnormalities produced by non-thyroid disorder. This condition is due to mutations of the ALB gene on CHROMOSOME 4.
Allowable Qualifiers: BL blood
CF cerebrospinal fluid
CI chemically induced
CL classification
CN congenital
CO complications
DG diagnostic imaging
DH diet therapy
DI diagnosis
DT drug therapy
EC economics
EH ethnology
EM embryology
EN enzymology
EP epidemiology
ET etiology
GE genetics
HI history
IM immunology
ME metabolism
MI microbiology
MO mortality
NU nursing
PA pathology
PC prevention & control
PP physiopathology
PS parasitology
PX psychology
RH rehabilitation
RT radiotherapy
SU surgery
TH therapy
UR urine
VE veterinary
VI virology
Previous Indexing: Serum Albumin (1982-2005)
Thyroxine (1982-2005)
Public MeSH Note: 2006
History Note: 2006
DeCS ID: 50510
Unique ID: D050010
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Date Established: 2006/01/01
Date of Entry: 2005/06/30
Revision Date: 2005/08/02
Hyperthyroxinemia, Familial Dysalbuminemic - Preferred
Concept UI M0471943
Scope note An inherited autosomal dominant trait characterized by abnormally elevated levels of total serum THYROXINE; (T4) in euthyroid patients with abnormal SERUM ALBUMIN that binds T4 with enhanced affinity. The serum levels of free T4, free T3, and TSH are normal. It is one of several T4 abnormalities produced by non-thyroid disorder. This condition is due to mutations of the ALB gene on CHROMOSOME 4.
Preferred term Hyperthyroxinemia, Familial Dysalbuminemic
Entry term(s) Dysalbuminemic Hyperthyroxinemia, Familial
Familial Dysalbuminemic Hyperthyroxinemia



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