Anti-thyrotropin | definition of anti-thyrotropin by Medical dictionary
anti-thyrotropin adjective Referring to that which counters thyrotropin activity, as in anti-thyrotropin antibodies.
noun A nonspecific term of waning use for any substance that counteracts the effects of thyrotropin.
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antibody interference in thyrotropin assays [Letter].
As mentioned by the authors, anti-thyrotropin
(anti-TSH) antibodies are more uncommon but may nevertheless deserve additional comments.
A case of hypothyroidism with simultaneous presence of stimulating type anti-thyrotropin
(TSH) receptor antibodies and anti-thyroxine ([T.sub.4]) autoantibodies.