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TSH Receptor Antibody Test

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The TSH Receptor Antibody Test is a diagnostic tool used to identify the presence of antibodies that target the thyroid-stimulating hormone receptor (TSHR) in the blood. These antibodies can either stimulate (as seen in Graves’ disease) or inhibit (as seen in Hashimoto’s thyroiditis) the receptor, leading to thyroid dysfunction. The test is particularly useful in the diagnosis and management of autoimmune thyroid disorders, helping to distinguish between different types of thyroid diseases and guiding treatment decisions.

At DNA Labs UAE, the TSH Receptor Antibody Test is available for a cost of 880 AED. The lab utilizes state-of-the-art technology to ensure accurate and reliable results, providing crucial information for the diagnosis and management of patients with suspected thyroid-related autoimmune conditions. Patients undergoing this test at DNA Labs UAE can expect professional service and timely results, contributing to effective and personalized treatment plans.

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TSH RECEPTOR ANTIBODY Test

At DNA Labs UAE, we offer the TSH Receptor Antibody Test at a cost of AED 880.0. This blood test is used to diagnose and monitor autoimmune thyroid diseases, specifically Graves’ disease.

Test Components and Price

The TSH Receptor Antibody Test is priced at AED 880.0. The test requires a sample of 2 mL (1 mL minimum) serum from 1 SST. It is recommended to ship the sample refrigerated or frozen. The report will be delivered on the same day if the sample is received by 11 am.

Method and Test Type

The TSH Receptor Antibody Test is performed using the ECLIA method. It falls under the category of disorders of the thyroid gland.

Doctor and Test Department

This test is typically ordered by endocrinologists or physicians. It is conducted in our dedicated Test Department.

Pre Test Information

No special preparation is required before undergoing the TSH Receptor Antibody Test.

Test Details

In Graves’ disease, the body’s immune system produces antibodies that target and stimulate the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) receptor on the surface of thyroid cells. This leads to overproduction of thyroid hormones and hyperthyroidism.

The TSH Receptor Antibody Test measures the levels of these antibodies in the blood. A positive result confirms the diagnosis of Graves’ disease. The severity of the disease can be determined by the levels of the antibodies, with higher levels indicating a more severe condition.

This test is also used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for Graves’ disease. If the antibody levels decrease over time, it indicates that the treatment is working. However, if the levels remain high or increase, it suggests that the disease is not under control.

For a comprehensive assessment of thyroid health, the TSH Receptor Antibody Test is often ordered alongside other thyroid function tests, such as TSH, free T4, and total T3.

Test Name TSH RECEPTOR ANTIBODY Test
Components
Price 880.0 AED
Sample Condition 2 mL (1 mL min.) serum from 1 SST. Shiprefrigeratedorfrozen.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 11 am;ReportSame day
Method ECLIA
Test type Disorders of Thyroid gland
Doctor Endocrinologist, Physician
Test Department:
Pre Test Information No special preparation required
Test Details

The TSH receptor antibody test is a blood test used to diagnose and monitor autoimmune thyroid diseases, specifically Graves’ disease.

In Graves’ disease, the body’s immune system produces antibodies that target and stimulate the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) receptor on the surface of thyroid cells. This leads to overproduction of thyroid hormones and hyperthyroidism.

The TSH receptor antibody test measures the levels of these antibodies in the blood. A positive result indicates the presence of TSH receptor antibodies, confirming the diagnosis of Graves’ disease. The higher the antibody levels, the more severe the disease may be.

This test is also used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for Graves’ disease. If the antibody levels decrease over time, it indicates that the treatment is working. Conversely, if the levels remain high or increase, it suggests that the disease is not under control.

The TSH receptor antibody test is usually ordered along with other thyroid function tests, such as TSH, free T4, and total T3, to provide a comprehensive assessment of thyroid health.