Condition: Graves Disease

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About Graves Disease

Graves' Disease is an autoimmune disease characterized by an enlarged thyroid gland, causing it to be come overactive. The excessive production of the thyroid hormone affects the heart and cardiovascular system. There is no cure or treatment for this disease, however management is through its consequences; the hyperthyroidism, opthalmopathy and mental issues that manifest as a result of Graves' disease are able to be treated.

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Last updated on Jun 14 2018 at 13:04
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