To evaluate thyroid gland function related to disorders such as tumor, inflammation, structural damage, and cancer.
Serum (1 mL) collected in a red- or tiger-top tube.
(Method: Chemiluminescent enzyme immunoassay)
|Age||Conventional Units||SI Units (Conventional Units × 1)|
| 1 day||107–395 ng/mL||107–395 mcg/L|
| 3 days||49–163 ng/mL||49–163 mcg/L|
|Cord blood||5–65 ng/mL||5–65 mcg/L|
|1 day||6–93 ng/mL||6–93 mcg/L|
|10 days||9–148 ng/mL||9–148 mcg/L|
|1 mo||17–63 ng/mL||17–63 mcg/L|
|7–12 yr||20–50 ng/mL||20–50 mcg/L|
|12–18 yr||9–27 ng/mL||9–27 mcg/L|
|Adult–older adult||0–50 ng/mL||0–50 mcg/L|
Thyroglobulin has been found in Davis's Lab & Diagnostic Tests
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