Tip 1 diabetli hastalarda antitiroid antikor düzeyleri

Bu çalışma, tip 1 diabetik hastalarda antitiroid antikorlardan anti-tiroglobulin antikor (anti-TG ab) ve anti-peroksidaz antikor (anti-TPO ab) düzeylerini araştırmak amacıyla yapıldı. Bu amaçla, Tip 1 diabetli glisemik kontrol altındaki 20 hasta (12'si kadın, 8'i erkek) çalışma grubu olarak alındı. Bu hastalarla karşılaştırma yapmak amacıyla Tip 2 diabetli 20 hasta (14'ü kadın, 6'sı erkek) ile 20 sağlıklı birey (15'i kadın, 5 'i erkek) kontrol grubu olarak alındı. Her üç grupta da serum glukoz, T3, T4, TSH, FT3, FT4, anti-Tg ab, anti-TPO ab ölçümleri yapıldı. Kontrol ve hasta gruplarına ait bulgular istatistiksel olarak karşılaştırıldığında her üç grup arasında serum T3, T4 ve FT4'te istatistiksel açıdan önemli bir fark tespit edilemedi. Tip 1 diabet grubunun anti-Tg ab ve anti-TPO ab seviyeleri, kontrol grubuna ve tip 2 diyabet grubuna göre anlamlı derecede yüksek bulunurken(p

Antithyroid antibody levels in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus

The aim of the present study was to investigate the levels of anti-Tg ab and anti-TPO ab in type 1 diabetes mellitus. For this purpose, 20 patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus (12 women, 8 men), 20 patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (14 women, 6 men ) and 20 healthy volunteers (15 women, 5 men) were included. Serum glucose, T3, T4, TSH, FT3, FT4, anti-TPO ab and Anti-Tg ab levels were measured in all subjects. T3, T4 and FT4 levels were similar in all groups. Anti-TPO ab and anti-Tg ab levels were significantly higher in type 1 diabetes when compared to type 2 diabetics and healthy controls (p< 0.05). Thyroid antibody levels were higher in type 2 diabetics than healthy controls but the difference was not statistically significant. In type 1 diabetic group, serum TSH level was significantly higher and serum FT3 level was significantly lower when compared to type 2 diabetics and healthy controls (p<0.05). Frequency of anti-Tg ab and anti-TPO ab presence were 25% and 45% in type 1 diabetic group, respectively. Our results showed that thyroid autoantibody prevalence was high in type 1 diabetes, and these patients had increased risk for hypothyroidism. Thus, we suggest that thyroid functions should be frequently evaluated in type 1 diabetics with high anti-TPO ab and anti-TG ab levels.

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