Clinical Significance

T4 is a hormone secreted by the thyroid gland that plays a role in the body’s vital functions, thus needs to be monitored. This test singly or in combination with T3 and TSH is used to identify thyroid disorders.

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C.L.I.A

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Endocrinologists,Generalphysician,GeneralMedicine

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3

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SERUM

 

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