The aetiology of Graves' disease.
- Hall, R.
About this work
Professor R Hall and B Rees Smith from the Endocrine Unit at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne discuss Graves' disease. Graves' disease is the most common variety of hyperthyroidism without goitre. Case studies are shown with the typical signs of the disease. Possible causes for the condition are postulated, with the majority of the lecture focusing on the complex interaction between the immune system and hormone receptors as the most likely cause of the condition.
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