Graves' disease


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Graves' disease:

see thyroid glandthyroid gland,
endocrine gland, situated in the neck, that secretes hormones necessary for growth and proper metabolism. It consists of two lobes connected by a narrow segment called the isthmus. The lobes lie on either side of the trachea, the isthmus in front of it.
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However, after going to the doctor, Williams learned the Graves' disease is to blame for her sporadic eye movement and explained it squeezes the muscle behind your eyes.
Methods: This case-control study was conducted at the Multan Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy, Multan, Pakistan, and comprised blood samples of Graves' disease patients and controls.
KEYWORDS: Autoimmunity, Graves' disease, Mean platelet volume.
Graves' disease is an autoimmune disease, affecting the thyroid, orbital and periorbital tissue functionality (1).
European biotech company Apitope disclosed on Wednesday that it has enrolled the first patient in its Phase I clinical trial of novel peptide therapy for the treatment of Graves' disease, ATX-GD-59.
Classically, three therapeutic approaches are used for Graves' disease treatment:
Anaplastic thyroid carcinoma associated with Graves' disease.
In other studies, Jyotsna and coworkers examined the group of 80 patients diagnosed with Graves' disease and measured such parameters as: BMD, 25 (OH) vitamin D, calcium, phosphorous, alkaline phosphatase, PTH.
Keywords: Fetal hyperthyroidism, Graves' disease, neonatal hyperthyroidism, pregnancy
Graves' disease, the most common form of hyperthyroidism, is named after Irish physician Robert Graves who described this form of hyperthyroidism over 150 years ago.
sup][2],[3] However, studies on tolerance induction against Graves' disease are seldomly reported.
The finance will allow Apitope to progress with the clinical development of its innovative pipeline of new therapies for treatment of haemophilia and Graves' disease, an autoimmune disorder that affects more than 7.