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Serum tsh and 25(oh) d in saudi thyroid cancer patients: a retrospective, cross-sectional study

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Hassan S Alamri, Beshair Alahamri, Fai Altayar, Shahad Alquraini, Marwh G Aldriwesh, Tarig Karar, Mohamed Abdul Fattah, Naif M. Alhawiti, Maaged A. Akiel, Jawaher M. Alsughayyir and Mohammad A. Alfhili
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Background: Thyroid cancer (TC) is the most common endocrine malignancy in the world. Previous studies that link the levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH) D) to TC have been relatively inconsistent. Our goal is to assess alterations in serum levels of TSH and 25(OH)D between TC patients and non-toxic goiter patients and to examine the association between TSH and 25(OH) D levels in Saudi patients. Methods: A retrospective analysis of serum hormone fluctuations in primary TC (n= 162) and non-toxic goiter (n=98) cases. Results: TSH was significantly higher in TC patients than in non-toxic goiter patients (P<0.05). When gender was taken into consideration, the difference in females remained significant but was eliminated in males. Conversely, there was an insignificant difference in 25(OH) D between the two groups (P>0.05). Spearman rank correlation analysis demonstrated a statistically insignificant association between TSH and 25(OH) D (r=0.011), TSH and (r=0.005), or 25 (OH)D and body mass index BMI (r=0.159) in TC patients. Conclusion: TSH level is associated with TC in female Saudi patients, independent of 25(OH) D or obesity.

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