What is Thyroglobulin?

It is a protein circulating in the blood which is produced in the thyroid gland. The thyroglobulin levels in the blood are diagnostic of thryroid diorders and certain auto-immune diseases reveled by their levels in the blood test.

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I am an 18 year old female with a height of 5 feet 4 inches and a weight of 125 lbs. Over the summer, I got my blood work done and my Thyroglobulin...

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I have a supposed benign follicular thyroid nodule that measures 33x22x22mm. this is confirmed by afirma gene classifier test. However my thyroid...

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Dear User, Hi! Thyroglobulin levels being high is a non specific test. it can go high in inflammation , infection, or even in iodine deficiency....

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HI, I had my entire thyroid removed in 2002 and radiation, due tumor. Since that, I have blood work every 6 months to check my Thyroglobulin Level...

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