Medical Definition of Thyroid-stimulating immunoglobulins

1. In Graves' disease, the antibodies to TSH receptors in the thyroid gland. These antibodies are produced by B-lymphocytes and stimulate the receptors, causing hyperthyroidism. Formerly known as LATS (long-acting thyroid stimulator). (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thyroid-stimulating Immunoglobulins

thyroglossal
thyroglossal cyst
thyroglossal duct
thyroglossal duct cyst
thyroglossal ducts
thyrohyal
thyrohyals
thyrohyoid
thyrohyoid membrane
thyrohyoid muscle
thyrohypophysial syndrome
thyroid
thyroid-stimulating hormone
thyroid-stimulating hormone-releasing factor
thyroid-stimulating hormone stimulation test
thyroid-stimulating immunoglobulins (current term)
thyroid acropachy
thyroid axis
thyroid binding globulin
thyroid body
thyroid bruit
thyroid calcifications
thyroid cancer
thyroid carcinoma
thyroid carcinoma risk factors
thyroid cartilage
thyroid colloid
thyroid crisis
thyroid diverticulum
thyroid eminence

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