Graves' disease

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Synonyms for Graves' disease

exophthalmos occurring in association with goiter

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Our study excluded Graves' disease patients with known histories of the following conditions: cirrhosis, chronic kidney disease, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, and severe obesity (body mass index (BMI)>35kg/ m2), infections, chronic inflammatory diseases that include collagen tissue disease and inflammatory bowel disease, haematological diseases that include haemoglobinopathy, and blood coagulation disorders.
In this study, only subjects with Graves' disease were included, so it was not possible to differentiate whether it was real sexual dimorphism or a disease-induced one.
According to Apitope, ATX-GD-59 has the potential to treat and prevent the production of stimulating antibodies against TSHR (thyroid stimulating hormone receptor) that lead to Graves' disease, an auto-immune disorder.
Pregnant women with Graves' disease face a unique challenge.
Prognosis of small thyroid cancer in patients with Graves' disease.
found that both bone mass and density were reduced in the group of premenopausal women diagnosed with Graves' disease.
Fetal and neonatal hyperthyrodism related with maternal Graves' disease is not observed as frequently as congenital hypothyroidism.
Propylthiouracil is prescribed for patients diagnosed with Graves' disease with hyperthyroidism or toxic multinodular goiter who cannot tolerate methimazole (U.
All the mice, except normal control treated with Ad-lacz in adults, were injected intramuscularly after 6–7 weeks with Ad-TSHR289 in 50 [micro]l PBS to induce Graves' disease, totally three times at 3-week intervals.
The funds will also enable us to progress our candidate for the treatment of Graves' disease which impacts over 7.
Antithyroid antibodies were evaluated to determine Graves' disease by electrochemiluminescence immunoassay method using the Cobas e601 analyzer (Roche Diagnostics; Indianapolis, Indiana) [11].
It often occurs in patients with long-term Graves' disease and in whom findings of ophthalmopathy and dermatopathy have been revealed.
Its laboratory tests include fibromyalgia, lassa fever, gulf war syndrome, lupus, juvenile RA, graves' disease, breast cancer and non-HIV aids.
Graves' disease, the most common form of hyperthyroidism in pregnancy, affects 1% of pregnancies and leads to adverse pregnancy outcomes, including preterm delivery, pre-eclampsia, growth restriction, heart failure, and stillbirth.