Clinical Significance

FT4 is the free T4 which is not bound to the proteins and is related to thyroid metabolism. Low levels of FT4 indicate hypothyroidism and raised levels are associated with hyperthyroidism.

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C.L.I.A

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IEndocrinologists,Generalphysician,GeneralMedicine

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SERUM

 

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