Association of Acid and Alkaline Phosphatase among Thyroid Patients: A Brief Study

Thyroid hormones are secreted by the thyroid gland, and when these hormones malfunction, thyroid diseases occur. They are one of the most common endocrine illnesses in the world, ranking second only to diabetes. Hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism are the two most common thyroid conditions. These disorders are linked to a number of risk factors, including aberrant iodine levels and specific molecular indicators. The goal of this research is to learn more about the link between acid and alkaline phosphatase enzymes and thyroid diseases. The hypo and hyper thyroid patients in this study had higher levels of acid phosphatase than the controls. Whereas alkaline phosphate levels are lower in hypothyroid patients than in controls, it is closer to normal levels in both patients and controls in hyperthyroid patients. In the introduction and the results, the linked literature correlation is explored in detail.

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B. Dharani Priya
Former Coordinator, BVK PG College, Visalakshinagar, Visakhapatnam-43, India.

U. Prathyusha
Former Coordinator, BVK PG College, Visalakshinagar, Visakhapatnam-43, India.

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