Evaluation of the relationship between osteocalcin and vitamin D with some biochemical parameters in thyroid patients

Authors

  • Ali Sarhan Ibrahim Al-Samarrai Department of Chemistry, College of Education, University of Samarra
  • Othman Rashid Al Samarrai Department of Chemistry, College of Education, University of Samarra

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54153/sjpas.2022.v4i1.306

Keywords:

Thyroid, osteocalcin, vitamin D, calcium, T3 , T4 , TSH

Abstract

The study aims to evaluate the relationship between oxytocalcin and vitamin D with some biochemical parameter in patients with thyroid glands, as the study was conducted on 90 samples of blood serum (males and females), 30 samples for hyperthyroidism (G-1) patients, and 30 samples for patients with Hypothyroidism (G-2), and 30 samples of healthy people as a control group. The study included measuring the level of thyroid hormones (T3, TSH), osteocalcin, vitamin D and calcium Ca2+, as the first group (G1) includes samples that have a level (hyperactivity of the thyroid gland). Hyperthyroidism, while the second group ((G2 samples that possess hypothyroidism level and activity) and the results showed an insignificant decrease in the level of the hormone (TSH) for the G1 group compared with the healthy group, and an insignificant increase in the level of the hormone (TSH) for the G2 group compared with the group There was also a significant increase in the level of the hormone (T3) for the G1 group compared with the healthy group. There was no significant difference in the level of the hormone (T3) between the two groups G2 and the healthy group, a non-significant increase in the level of the steal hormone. O in the G1 group and an insignificant decrease in the hormone level in the G2 group compared with the healthy group, and a significant decrease in the level of Ca2+ in the G2 group compared with the healthy group, and there was no significant difference between the G1 group and the healthy ones for the level of calcium, as well as a significant decrease in the level of vitamin D in my two groups G1 and G2 compared with the healthy group.

Published

2022-03-31