euthyroid goiter

euthyroid goiter

Endocrinology A goiter–enlarged thyroid–caused by a paucity of iodine in the diet, which triggers compensatory hyperplasia of functionally normal thyroid tissue. See Goiter.
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But only 10-50% of patients with Ascher's syndrome have thyroid involvement, and it may not be essential for the diagnosis of Ascher's syndrome.3 In this particular case, there was presence of subclinical hypothyroidism rather than euthyroid goiter as mentioned in the literature.
How to prevent surgical morbidity after a total thyroidectomy for a multinodular euthyroid goiter [in French], Ann Chir 2002;127(6):449-55.
Our study confirms the patient-reported weight gain after hemithyroidectomy and proposes the hypothesis that weight gain of patients who are biochemically euthyroid after hemithyroidectomy for benign euthyroid goiter may be a clinical manifestation of a permanently decreased metabolic rate.
Multinodular goiter is very common in cases having euthyroid goiter but other conditions such as diffuse goiter, thyroiditis and neoplasm can also be present in euthyroid state19.
Total thyroidectomy in surgical treatment of euthyroid goiter. Minerva Chir 1999; 54(12): 859-62
A patient with a euthyroid goiter; an opportunity to do no harm
This area of Japan is known to have a high incidence of euthyroid goiter. Suzuki, et al (9) first reported this finding in 1965 but did not think that iodine was the cause of this goiter.
When compared with a group of 124 patients with multinodular euthyroid goiter matched for age, gender, body mass index, and smoking, the adrenal incidentaloma patients were more likely to have hypertension (54% vs.
We report the detailed pathologic and immunophenotypic features of a case of PCG of the thyroid in a 46-year-old woman with a long history of euthyroid goiter and a strong family history of goiter, and we present a comprehensive review of the literature.
The physical examination was normal except for a small euthyroid goiter (normal thyrotropin).
The patient who had undergone the endoscopic hemithyroidectomy had a euthyroid goiter. The indication for the subtotal thyroidectomy was not reported.
The diagnostic criterion for NNG was untreated euthyroid goiter consisting of a single benign nodule or multiple benign nodules.