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Abstracts from Journal of Thyroid Disorders & Therapy
The study of clinical ocular manifestations recruited 105 patients who presented to the Endocrine and Eye clinics
of Lithuanian University of Medical Sciences with a history of thyroid diseases. The study comprised two groups of
patients: the group I included 36 patients (under 18 years) and the group II-69 (from 18 to .. Read More
A rare complication of post-thyroidectomy asphyxia developed in a patient with relapsed Grave’s disease.
Causes of the asphyxia were preoperative tracheal narrowing, previous thyroidectomy related diffuse oozing, and
long-term use of Methimazole resulting in thrombocytopenia. The patient was successfully resuscitated.. Read More
Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the ultrasonographic united stiffness score system (UUSSS) in diagnosing thyroid nodules, and retrospectively analyze the discrepancy between acoustic radiation force impulse (ARFI) and real-time elastography (RTE).
Methods: 170 conventional ultrasound (US) proven thyroid nodules.. Read More
Background: The Robotic Thyroidectomy (RT) is a minimally invasive surgical technique initially developed in Asia, for cultural reasons. The principles of its use are still undergoing development. Showing to all appearances satisfying outcomes, the long-time safety and medico-economic benefit of the procedure have not been e.. Read More
Background: Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) has an increase in popularity as a definitive bariatric operation. The purpose of this study was to evaluate excess weight loss (EWL) and the change in thyroxin (T4) requirement in morbidly obese patients with clinical hypothyroidism after LSG.
Methods: Between June 2012 and.. Read More
Background: To present for the first time a clinical case of a patient with giant neglected and exulcerated tall-cell papillary thyroid cancer, who was surgically treated.
Methods: We report a case of a 73-year-old woman with large firm infiltrated and exulcerated anterior neck tumefaction (12 cm in diameter) clinically sus.. Read More
Ultrasound evaluation of the thyroid gland is relatively easy in most cases with excellent visualization of the gland with linear transducer allowing clear characterization of lesions as well as guidance for biopsy. However when retrosternal thyroid tissue extension is present, evaluation may be difficult. We report the simple u.. Read More
Aim: Studying the value of the surgical loupe in the enhancement of performing safe thyroidectomy via dissection of the major structures which are vulnerable to injury during the operation.
Subjects and methods: 150 patients with benign and malignant thyroid masses underwent near total or total thyroidectomy at Zagazig univ.. Read More
Background: Though neck ultrasound is the first line of choice for the screening of thyroid nodules, very few studies have compared the diagnostic performances of both conventional and advanced ultrasound parameters. In this study, we aim to compare various conventional and advanced ultrasound imaging parameters and confirm .. Read More
Objective: To evaluate the present nutritional status of iodine among euthyroid pregnant women by measurement of urinary iodine levels.
Material and Methods: 381 pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in the obstetrics and gynaecology department were included in study. Out of 381, 285 euthyroid women were selected as study.. Read More
Background: The major disorders of thyroid gland are hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism and thyroid disorders are predominantly of autoimmune etiology in pregnant women. To date there is no study done in Ethiopia to show pattern and pregnancy outcomes of pregnant women with thyroid disorders.
Objectives: To assess pattern o.. Read More
Background: There continues to be controversy on the clinical relevance of elderly mild subclinical hypothyroidism (SH), defined as a TSH elevation (4.0-9.99 μIU/L) with normal free thyroxin levels. Objective: To compare physical performance (PP) in elderly individuals with a TSH level above normal range versus normal counter.. Read More
Thyroid disorders, especially thyrotoxicosis, are commonly associated with hepatic dysfunction, but cholestasis is rarely reported. Heart failure, infection, weight loss may play role in the pathogenesis of cholestasis. Cholestasis could be worsened by treatment of hyperthyroidism using Thiamazole, but cholestasis in undia.. Read More
Background: Primary thyroid lymphoma is a rare type of thyroid cancer. It accounts for 1 to 5% of all thyroid cancers and 1 to 2% of all lymphomas outside the lymph nodes. Frequently, based on histology and fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNA), it is difficult to distinguish between anaplastic carcinoma and thyroid lymphoma. Open.. Read More
Introduction: Subacute thyroiditis is a self-limited, inflammatory viral thyroid disease which presents with neck pain usually accompanied by systemic symptoms. On the other hand, thyroid storm is a clinical condition of severe sudden hyperthyroidism accompanied by physiologic de-compensation.
Case report: We presented a 2.. Read More
Background: Disease of the thyroid in Sub-Saharan Africa mainly present as multinodular goiter (MNG). Our aim was to standardize indications for total thyroidectomy (TT) after our experience in the major non-governmental hospital of North Uganda. Methods: We included patients submitted to thyroid surgery during 5 camps held by a.. Read More
Background: No previous study has investigated the computed tomography (CT) characteristics of follicular thyroid adenoma (FTA) and follicular thyroid carcinoma (FTC). This study aimed to compare the CT features of FTA and FTC. Methods: Eighty-seven consecutive patients with FTA or FTC that underwent preoperative neck CT from Ja.. Read More
The BTA guidelines for the management of thyroid nodules and cancer have been widely adopted in the UK. We have been applying them in our routine clinical practice for over a year now and we would like to share some of our experiences. Overall, we believe that they are having a positive impact on the management of these conditio.. Read More
Hypothyroidism is an entity that we all encounter in clinical practice, some more frequently than others. At times, this may be due to a referral where another physician has already checked a patient’s thyroid function and made a biochemical diagnosis. However, very often we are faced with the dilemma of whether we should .. Read More
Introduction: Metastases to the thyroid gland are rare in clinical practice. 12 to 34% of secondary thyroid tumors originate from renal carcinoma. We report a case of late thyroid metastasis, eight year after a nephrectomy for clear cell renal carcinoma.
Case: A 70-years-old Caucasian patient followed for a multi-nodular goiter.. Read More