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The Clinical Effects of Ahnjeonbaekho-tang(AJBHT) on Graves' Disease

  title={The Clinical Effects of Ahnjeonbaekho-tang(AJBHT) on Graves' Disease},
  author={Soon-il Kim and Ki-Hoon Kang and Young-Seok Kim and Sang-Heon Lee and Byung-Cheol Lee and Young-min Ahn and Ho-Kyung Doo and Se-young Ahn},
Objectives : Graves' disease is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism, and its pathogenesis includes thyroid specific autoimmunity. [] Key Method At the same time, TFT, TSH binding inhibiting immunoglobulin(TBII) level and visual analogue scales (VAS) about fatigue and palpitation were measured before and after administration. Thirteen patients have completed the entire follow-up of this study over two months.

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