Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences Paper

Vol 19, Issue 2, 2017; Page No.(473-477)

COMPENSATORY ABILITIES OF THYROID GLAND FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY AND REDUCTION OF AUTOIMMUNE PROCESSES

GEORGII K. VASILIADI1, TAYMURAZ M. BOUTAEV AND NATALIA A. MERKULOVA

Abstract

This work contains the analysis of the data on the reasons causing the HashimotoÂ’s thyroiditis progression. The radiation effect on the thyroidgland, genetic, viral, medical, hormonal factors, one way or another, promote the progression of the thyroid gland pathology. There is a statement that the excess of iodine can cause autoimmune thyroiditis. The carried out research specified that low functional activity of the thyroid gland determines the iodine accumulation in blood. The iodine itself, connected with the protein, is the antigen, provoking the serogenesis, as the antibodies are being produced in response to the iodine ions connected with the protein. The protective function of the body is the serogenesis. In our example, the increase in the thyroid gland functional activity provided the hormones production and the recovery of the immunogenic processes. Acting on certain acupuncture points the correction of the thyroid gland function with the following suppression of autoimmune processes and reduction of the antibodies quantity from 113 to 52.40 became possible. Therefore, the progression of autoimmune thyroiditis is determined by low functional activity of the thyroid gland, which is the reason of the iodine accumulation in blood. Herewith, the process called phagocytosis is being progressed, and it determines the elimination of the antibodies from blood. The statement that the etiology of autoimmune thyroiditis is not clarified completely should be revised on the basis of the carried out research. The statement about absence of specific treatment of autoimmune thyroiditis also seems to be doubtful.

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