multinodular


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multinodular

 [mul″tĭ-nod´u-ler]
having many nodules.

mul·ti·nod·u·lar

, multinodulate (mŭl'tē-nod'yū-lăr, -ū-lāt),
Having many nodules.

multinodular

/mul·ti·nod·u·lar/ (-nod´u-ler) composed of many nodules.

mul·ti·nod·u·lar

, multinodulate (mŭl'tē-nod'yū-lăr, -yū-lǎt)
Having many nodules.

multinodular

having many nodules.
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Microscopically, SANT displays a multinodular growth pattern composed of slitlike, round, or irregularly shaped vascular spaces often surrounded by dense collagen fibrosis or fibrinoid rims (Figures 2 and 3).
Entre sus antecedentes se destacan: HTA; histerectomia por mioma en 1989; colecistectomia laparoscopica en Enero de 2007; hernia de hiato; intervenida de quiste mamario en 1990; tiroidectomia por bocio multinodular en 1995; episodio de hemolisis en marzo de 2011; Herpes Zoster en hemitorax izquierdo en Mayo de 2001; rotura de pseudoaneurisma trombosado en arteria axilar derecha en diciembre de 2011; alergia a Nolotil[R] y Aciclovir[R].
The most common causes of their surgically treated hyperthyroidism were Graves disease in 48% of patients, multinodular goiter in 33%, and toxic adenoma in 6%.
Axial contrast-enhanced T1-weighted MR imaging showed a focal multinodular pattern (Fig.
Sonography of multinodular thyroid galnd in children and adolescents.
SAN DIEGO - Women with nontoxic goiter were more than twice as likely to have breast cancer compared with women in the general population, according to a review of data from 789 women with nontoxic, multinodular goiter, uninodular goiter, or simple goiter.
131]I has continued to remain as mainstay of therapy for hyperthyroidism including Graves' disease, toxic multinodular goiter and autonomous toxic nodule.
For the purpose of further analysis, patients with solitary toxic adenoma and toxic multinodular goiter were combined into a toxic nodular goiter group.
The mystery involved five families with a long history of nontoxic multinodular goiter (MNG).