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TRHTransatlantic Holdings, Inc. (various locations)
TRHThyrotropin Releasing Hormone
TRHTexas Roadhouse (restaurant chain)
TRHTechnical Recommendations for Highways (South Africa)
TRHTheatre Royal Haymarket (UK)
TRHToilet Roll Holder (bathrooms)
TRHTerapia de Reemplazo Hormonal (Spanish: available hormonal therapy)
TRHTaylor Regional Hospital (Kentucky)
TRHTrondheim (Norway city)
TRHTheir Royal Highnesses
TRHTrail Riders of Houston (motorcycle club; Houston, TX)
TRHTragic Right Hip
TRHTemperature/Relative Humidity
TRHThat Retarded Horse (World of Warcraft)
TRHTimpanogos Regional Hospital (Orem, UT)
TRHTotal Recoverable Hydrocarbons
TRHTown of Richmond Hill (Canada)
TRHTail Rotor Head (helicopters)
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Among the pathological causes of HP, increased release of thyrotropin releasing hormone, tumors like craniopharyngioma and infiltrations leading to hypothalamic pituitary stalk damage are the hypothalamic causes1.
TRH stands for thyrotropin releasing hormone, secreted by the hypothalamus gland in the brain.
In a study published in Gynecological Endocrinology titled "Subclinical Hypothyroidism in Infertile Women, the Importance of Continuous Monitoring and the Role of the Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone Stimulation (TRH) Test," Israeli researchers proved that women who have fertility issues who have normal TSH need the TRH stimulation test.
Thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) stimulates the anterior pituitary gland to synthesize and release TSH, which, in turn, stimulates the thyroid gland to release thyroid hormone.
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