We offer the determination of antibodies against thyroid-stimulating hormone receptors

We offer the determination of antibodies against thyroid-stimulating hormone receptors

Who should be tested?

A subsidiary of the Health and Tourism International Center and the official partner of the Turkish Clinic Network "Acibadem" in Georgia, i-Lab Laboratory offers the detection of antibodies against thyroid-stimulating hormone receptors in the blood.

Safe and comfortable environment awaits you in the ultra-modern laboratory in Tbilisi - all the protocols prescribed by the Ministry of Health are observed in our facility.

I-Lab test results are reliable and accurate, so you will no longer need to check the test at another clinic.

The cost of this research is 100 GEL.

Please note that pre-recording is required.

For what purpose is the analysis prescribed?

Determination of antibodies against thyroid-stimulating hormone receptors in the blood is required in clinical cases where the physician is clinically suspected of having Graves' disease, although an accurate diagnosis is needed to differentiate.

Graves' disease is a pathology of the immune system in which thyroid hormones are excessively produced.

This test is also provided for the differential diagnosis of thyrotoxicosis in patients with undiagnosed clinical trial results or in clinical cases where a radioisotope scan of the thyroid gland is prescribed.

This test is necessary for pregnant women with active or previous Graves' disease to assess the risk of neonatal thyrotoxicosis.

Determination of antibodies against thyroid-stimulating hormone receptors in the blood is provided for the differential diagnosis of head and neck cancer, pituitary tumor, viral subfebrile thyroiditis, thyroid cancer, toxic nodular goiter.

For detailed information, please contact:

 Tel: (+995) 595380038;

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 Mail: ilabgeo@gmail.com

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