08/04/20 • 29 min
The most commonly tested thyroid marker is TSH, or Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone. TSH is an important indicator of thyroid function, but it is hard to get a full, clear picture from this single biomarker. So today, we go over what TSH is, it’s function, and why it is important. We also make a case for including other biomarkers, along with TSH, if a thyroid condition is suspected.
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