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Triiodothyronine (T3)


  • Serum

  • Adult: 40-204 ng/dl
  • Children: 10-20 years: 80-213 ng/dl
    1. 1-10 years: 105-269 ng/dl
    2. 1-12 months: 105-245 ng/dl
    3. Newborn: 100-740 ng/dl

  • To determine hyper- or Hypothyroidism
  • To diagnose triiodothyronine toxicosis



  • Significant increase or decrease in thyroxine-binding globulins
  • Medications (estrogen, heparin, iodide, propranolol, propylthiouracil, lithium, salicylates, steroids, progestines)











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