Clinical Significance

AMAs are produced when one is suffering from autoimmune disorders like Hashimoto’s disease or Grave’s disorder. Detection of these antibodies can therefore assist in the identifying damage to the thyroid cells causing such disorders.

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Endocrinologists,GeneralMedicine

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