multinodular


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Related to multinodular: multinodular goiter
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multinodular

adj multinodular
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For instance, in 1991, P Laurberg et al published the result of their study at Aalborg Regional Hospital (Denmark) on high incidence of multinodular toxic goitre in the elderly population in a low iodine intake area in East-Jutland Denmark.
A 48 years old woman with history of fibromyalgia and multinodular goiter presented to emergency department (ED) of our University Hospital in February 2017 with complaint of progressive dysphagia initially to solid and then to liquid and solids, odynophagia, anorexia, hoarseness, and sudden thyroid swelling that worsen nine days prior to admission that forced her to seek medical attention.
All patients controlled with anti-thyroid medication and those patients taken up for surgery if antithyroid drugs was ineffective for primary thyrotoxicosis or After controlling thyrotoxicosis symptoms with medical therapy in case of toxic multinodular goiter; those with large goiter with or without compressive symptoms.
Total thyroidectomy has now become the preferred option for all patients presenting with bilateral benign multinodular goiter5, Graves' disease6 and most patients with thyroid cancer7.
A 57-year-old man with a multinodular goiter and hyperthyroidism presented with progressive hoarseness and dysphagia of 2 months' duration.
In addition, 30% of cases of BRRS have been shown to be at risk of multinodular goiter, thyroid adenoma, differentiated non-medullary thyroid cancer or Hashimoto's thyroiditis (6).
Recurrence of hyperthyroidism in multinodular goiter after long-term drug therapy: a comparison with Graves' disease.
Less commonly, the tumors may appear multinodular or less circumscribed.
On the other hand, when the nodular disease relapse is considered as the primary endpoint in the treatment of multinodular goitre (MNG), two current prospective randomized studies have reported extremely good results with the Dunhill procedure (hemithyroidectomy plus subtotal resection) and demonstrated the safety and efficacy of leaving a small remnant of thyroid tissue without rendering the patient to total thyroid ablation (5, 6).
(5) 2017 Ultrasound: Multiple solid nodules in both lobes TT Present patient Ultrasound and nuclear scan: Multiple solid and hot nodules in both lobes TT MNG: multinodular goiter; TT: total thyroidectomy
Clinical inspection revealed a soft, multinodular tumoral mass with the dimensions of 4x5 cm, located in the inferior region of the right lower eyelid protruding outwards.
Toxic multinodular goiter (MNG) is presence of two or more thyroid nodules that secrete excess thyroid.