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Surgery in Graves disease and the nodular thyroid gland.

Zouves C.
PMID: 3840075
Ear Nose Throat J. 1985 Aug;64(8):379-83.

No abstract available.

Evaluation of nodular thyroid disease.

Gharib H, Goellner JR.
PMID: 3065078
Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am. 1988 Sep;17(3):511-26.

There is no doubt that FNA biopsy is the best initial diagnostic step for the evaluation of a nodular thyroid. The successful use of FNA biopsy depends greatly on the experience of the clinician performing the aspiration and the...

[Thyroid nodules and non-functional goiters. Diagnostic contribution of nuclear resonance imaging].

Renard E, Jaffiol C, Rouanet JP, Lamarque JL.
PMID: 1826355
Presse Med. 1991 Feb 23;20(7):294-8.

The finding of a "cold" thyroid nodular or goiter raises the problem of its potential malignancy, usually resulting in systematic surgery. Ultrasonography and computerized tomography provide accurate information concerning the size, structure and connections of these abnormalities, but they...

Symptoms of non-toxic nodular goitre.

Armistead SH.
PMID: 1006862
Ulster Med J. 1976;45(2):178-80.
Free PMC Article

No abstract available.

[A comparative assessment of the efficacy of antithyroid therapy in patients with nodular and diffuse toxic goiter].

Alesov VZ.
PMID: 946555
Probl Endokrinol (Mosk). 1976 Jan-Feb;22(1):12-5.

No abstract available.

Hyperthyroidism in the elderly. I. Clinical manifestations.

Dumitriu L, Ursu H.
PMID: 3839936
Endocrinologie. 1985 Apr-Jun;23(2):83-90.

The most frequent clinical manifestations in 100 elderly hyperthyroid patients entered in our study were: weight loss (83%), palpitations (85%), nodular goiter (71%) and tremor (74%). Association of weight loss with anorexia and constipation was found in 6% of...

[Hyperthyroidism resulting from excess triiodotyronin i. e., T-3 thyreotoxicosis (author's transl)].

Hartwig W.
PMID: 1173292
Przegl Lek. 1975;32(4):373-5.

No abstract available.

[Autonomous adenoma of the thyroid].

Francomano F, De Remigis PL, Rossi M, Cotellese R, Capone F, Ucchino S, Mazzoni L, Puglielli L, Napolitano AM, Sensi S.
PMID: 3081833
Minerva Med. 1986 Feb 28;77(7):215-22.

Toxic goitre often referred to in the literature as "autonomous" adenoma or nodule actually signifies a number of different pathologies that are characterised by autonomy and hyperfunction so that it is now thought more appropriate to call it an...

[Toxic multiheteronodular goiter].

Lazăr C, Diaconescu MR, Strat V, Chifan M, Dolinescu C, Niculescu D, Luca A, Baran T, Rusu M, Pencea V, Gneazdovski V.
PMID: 583579
Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat Iasi. 1979 Oct-Dec;83(4):607-10.

No abstract available.

[Scintillographic diagnosis].

de Medeiros Neto GA, Canhête Lopes R.
PMID: 1082612
AMB Rev Assoc Med Bras. 1975 Nov;21(11):345-6.

No abstract available.

Ultrasonic scanning of the thyroid gland as a guide to the treatment of the clinically solitary nodule.

Spencer R, Brown MC, Annis D.
PMID: 588980
Br J Surg. 1977 Dec;64(12):841-6. doi: 10.1002/bjs.1800641202.

This study examines the diagnostic accuracy of ultrasonic scanning in the recognition of multinodular goitre in 87 patients referred for examination who were thought by the referring clinician to have a single nodule in the thyroid gland. Twenty-five were...

[Hyperthyroidism in the elderly. II. Laboratory tests].

Helsloot MH, Kinderen PJ, Sander PC.
PMID: 54885
Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 1976 Jan 17;120(3):87-91.

No abstract available.

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