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.

mul·ti·nod·u·lar

, multinodulate (mŭl'tē-nod'yū-lăr, -yū-lǎt)
Having many nodules.
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Our patient, with history of multinodular goiter and recently post thyroid biopsy with suspicious follicular nodules, lack of obvious ocular findings, and presenting with prominent bulbar symptoms led to incorrect interpretation of the findings.
Thus, after total thyroidectomy results were fast, reliable decrease of hyperthyroidism and removal of multinodular goitre, needs no re-treatment, removes any coexisting malignancy, and post-surgical hypothyroidism is simple to treat.
We conducted a randomized controlled trial from Jun 2017 to Feb 2018 in the department of Surgery, Pak Emirates Military Hospital Rawalpindi on patients undergoing total thyroidectomy for benign multinodular goiter who fulfilled the sample selection criteria after approval from ethical review committee of Pak Emirates Military Hospital, Rawalpindi.
Two months later, the patient underwent a total thyroidectomy for his multinodular goiter.
Our case was first referred to our clinic by the Pediatric Surgery Department following a total thyroidectomy performed following determination of multinodular goiter, thyroid nodules containing calcification and a hypoechoic area via ultrasonography.
Radioiodine treatment of Plummer and multinodular toxic and nontoxic goiter disease by the first approximation dosimetry method.
Krukenberg tumors are more likely to be bilateral or multinodular or to exhibit extraovarian extension.
However, the literature about the frequency of MetS in patients with multinodular goitre is limited.
Our case was a diffusely ulcerated multinodular mass with the dimensions of 4x6.
Ghana, an initial area with a moderate-severe iodine deficiency instituted mandatory iodization in 1996.4,21 The results confirm that iodine supplementation especially in regions of moderate-severe iodine deficiency increase the incidence of overt hyperthyroidism from toxic adenoma, toxic multinodular goiter, and Graves' disease.
Patients with multinodular goiter, he opined, will require surgery.
The data showed there was an eighty-six percent decrease in tumor burden and multinodular burden in the combination prexigebersen/paclitaxel group compared to control.