subacute thyroiditis

subacute thyroiditis

De Quervain's, giant cell, granulomatous thyroiditis Endocrinology Inflammation of thyroid post infection–eg, mumps, influenza, coxsackievirus, adenovirus Clinical Persistent neck pain, hyperthyroidism Risk factors Recent viral infection, ♀, young. See Hyperthyroidism.
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The impression diagnosed of subacute thyroiditis causing tracheoesophageal compression syndrome was established on the basis of symptoms presented and in the light of her previous history, as well as evidenced by her thyroid function test.
Liu et al (24) found that SWE is helpful for distinguishing Graves disease from subacute thyroiditis but that it is unsuitable for differentiating CAT and Graves disease (24).
Hypothyroidism may have occurred as a result of subacute thyroiditis that was not verified after FNA, but the absence of neck pain makes it less likely, and thyroid tissue fibrosis has not been proven histopathologically.
Out of 56 cases, colloid goitre was the most common pathology in 35.7% cases, hyperplasic nodule/ toxic nodule in 25% cases, Hashimoto thyroiditis in 17.8% cases, lymphocytic thyroiditis in 17.8% cases and subacute thyroiditis (De Quervain's thyroiditis) in 3.57% cases.
Clinical features and outcome of subacute thyroiditis in an incidence cohort: Olmsted County, Minnesota, study.
It may present similarly to subacute thyroiditis, with painful thyroid swelling, fever, and leukocytosis following an upper respiratory tract infection (URTI).
Subacute thyroiditis is an inflammatory disorder of the thyroid with characteristic presentations and clinical course.
Bartalena et al., "High prevalence of subacute thyroiditis during summer season in Italy," Journal of Endocrinological Investigation, vol.
Due to thyroid follicle cell breakdown from an autoimmune reaction, infection, drugs, painless thyroiditis, and subacute thyroiditis, also known as destructive thyroiditis, are less common causes of thyrotoxicosis.
Thyroiditis and hypothyroidism as side effects have been reported in treatment on renal cell cancer.[sup][1] Here, we report a case of FLT3-internal tandem duplication (ITD)-positive AML, who developed subacute thyroiditis during treatment with sorafenib.
Subacute thyroiditis (SAT) (de Quervain's or granulomatous thyroiditis) is a self-limiting, inflammatory thyroid disorder, which is usually associated with pain in the neck in the region of the thyroid in addition to other varied systemic symptoms.
Fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) from different locations within the thyroid gland was compatible with subacute thyroiditis. L-thyroxine therapy 50 [micro]g/day was started.

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