Polar T3 syndromepolar t3 syndrome antarctica, polar t3 syndrome
Polar T3 syndrome is a condition found in polar explorers, caused by a reduction in levels of the thyroid hormone T3 Its effects include forgetfulness, cognitive impairment and mood disturbances It can exhibit itself in a fugue state known as the Antarctic stare
It is regarded as one of the contributory causes of winter-over syndrome
- ^ Reed, H L; Silverman, E D; Shakir, K M M; Dons, R; Burman, K D; O'Brian, J T 1990 "Changes in Serum Triiodothyronine T3 Kinetics after Prolonged Antarctic Residence: The Polar T3 Syndrome" Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 70 4: 965 doi:101210/jcem-70-4-965
- ^ Palinkas, L A; Suedfeld, P 2008 "Psychological effects of polar expeditions" The Lancet 371 9607: 153–163 doi:101016/S0140-67360761056-3 PMID 17655924
- ^ Emily Stone November 9, 2004 "Treating the Antarctic blues"
- ^ "Polar T3 Disorder" Natural History Museum 17 April 2008
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