ANTI-TG: Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TGab)
The presence of auto-antibodies against thyroglobulin indicates possible inflammation of the thyroid gland (Autoimmune thyroiditis).

High levels are found in Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (85%), thyroid carcinoma (45%) and Grave’s disease (30%). Low levels of antibodies are found in greater than 10% of euthyroid patients, and may also be present in many autoimmune conditions including pernicious anaemia, SLE, and some chromosomal disorders such as Turner’s syndrome and Down’s syndrome.

Serum (Blood Draw) or Blood Spot

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