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Blood test reports say thyronormalcy. What does it mean?

I have done my blood test reports and the ranges of all are within the reference.. However It suggests Thyronormalcy... What actually does this mean.. here are the other details of the same.

TOTAL TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3) C.L.I.A ng/dl , Reference Range - 60 - 200 Value- 122
TOTAL THYROXINE (T4) C.L.I.A µg/dl Reference Range - 4.5 - 12.0 Value - 10.7
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE (TSH) C.L.I.A µIU/ml Reference Range - 0.30 - 5.5 Value 2.32

Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Thyroid functions test indicate it is working normaly.What are your symptoms why was it ordered?
There may be other reasons for any symptoms you may be having.
Thyroidis situated in front of neck and if swollen is visible by swallowing water produces hormones which is responsible for growth of body. In abnormal conditions,either low or high functioning present with corresponding symptoms
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