goitrous


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goi·trous

(goy'trŭs),
Denoting or characteristic of a goiter.

goi·trous

(goy'trŭs)
Denoting or characteristic of a goiter.
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Nicholas et al., "Intrauterine death following intraamniotic triiodothyronine and thyroxine therapy for fetal goitrous hypothyroidism associated with polyhydramnios and caused by a thyroglobulin mutation," Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports, vol.
Thyroid hormone profiles in goitrous and non-goitrous subjects seen in an endemicgoitre area of the Central African Republic.
Haemoglobin was significantly lower in children with goitre than in the control group (12.0 [+ or -] 1.2 vs 12.4 [+ or -] 1.0 g/dl, P=0.01) and 37.4 per cent of goitrous children and 24.8 per cent of control children had haemoglobin levels <12 g/dl (P<0.05).
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is now classified as goitrous AIT because the gland is enlarged, in distinction to atrophic AIT where atrophy and fibrosis are predominant.
(1964) Patterns of urinary iodine excretion in goitrous and non-goitrous area, Anal.
Patients with this syndrome can be divided into 2 groups: those with nongoitrous (dysembryogenesis) and those with goitrous (dyshormonogenesis) congenital hypothyroidism.
Persistance of goiter despite oral iodine supplementation in goitrous children with iron deficiency anemia in Cote d'Ivoire.
New models appear, southern Italians, with browned weather-beaten skins, goitrous throats, and inward-turned expressions of fatalistic suffering.
Nutritional significance of alterations in serum amino acid patterns in goitrous patients.
- lodized salt supply to goitrous areas will be ensured.
The most common single pathological diagnosis was goitrous lesion of thyroid (38%) followed by Tuberculous affection of lymph node (11%).
A negative correlation between the thyroid volume and Se and I content of hair of goitrous children in Morocco was observed by El-Fadeli et al.