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Thyroglobulin and the normal range

Hi

I am confused about my results and the supposedly normal range..
It says on my Lab result that the normal range for Tg is (<55) would
this be correct?

The Thyroglobulin antibodies is 18 IU/ml (0-150) and does this mean
that if the my result was over 150 that it would not be normal?

Justin

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> --- Justin <justin.o@...> wrote:
> > What does these results mean and how does it affect
> > the Tg value?
> > Thyroglobulin antibodies is 18 IU/ml (0-150) and my
> > thyroid Peroxidase is 7 IU/ml (0-150).
> > my Tg is <1 ug/l (<55) and is says that the
> presence
> > of anti-thyroglobulin antibodies may cause falsely
> low
> > thyroglobulin results, including undetectable
> > thyroglobulin results. Am I right presuming that Tg
> > is alot higher?
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