Graves disease

What is Graves disease?

Graves’ disease is also an autoimmune thyroid disease and is pathologically characterized by cellular hyperplasia of the thyroid follicles as a result of circulating antibodies stimulating the thyroid to produce excess thyroid hormone. On US, the most characteristic appearance is that of an enlarged, hypoechoic, and very vascular gland with a smoothly lobulated surface and little or no fibrosis


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