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MNGMulti-Nodular Goiter
MNGMultinucleated Gonocytes (fetal testicular development)
MNGmu-negative
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Various reports have indicated that the incidence of thyroid carcinoma in multinodular goiter is between 8.
COMPLICATIONS OF TOTAL AND SUBTOTAL THYROIDECTOMY IN THE TREATMENT OF BENIGN MULTINODULAR GOITER Complication Group 1 Group 2 Hemorrhage 5 (2%) 4 (1.
Key words: Mayer - Rokitansky - Kuster - Hauser syndrome, Multinodular goiter, Hyperprolactinemia, Hirsutism
Based on the thyroid scan findings of Graves' disease, toxic multinodular goiter and autonomous toxic nodule empirical [sup.
It changes the protein in only one place, and that single change is enough to trigger multinodular goiter.
Multinodular goiter causing of compression mediastinal.
FNAC results were classified in to five groups: a) Inadequate (no diagnosis was made because of inadequate cellular material), b) Non neoplastic (including multinodular goiter, colloid goiter, thyroiditis), c) Neoplastic (papillary, anaplastic, lymphoma), d) Suspicious (suggestive/suspicious of neoplasm--follicular neoplasm), Indeterminate (no diagnosis made in spite of enough cellular material).
Nevertheless, it must be remembered that the presence of a multinodular goiter does not rule out the possibility of cancer.
A nodular goiter may suggest either a toxic multinodular goiter or toxic adenoma.
When individuals have subnormal temperatures and do not have a palpable multinodular goiter, iodine supplementation is safe and may be metabolically beneficial.