Goiter is the abnormal enlargement of thyroid gland. Goiters are usually painless but in some cases cause cough and cause difficulty to swallow or breath. Common cause of goiter worldwide is lack of iodine in diet.
Follow are the symptoms of goiter. A visible swelling at the base of your neck that may be particularly obvious when you shave or put on makeup A tight feeling in your throat Coughing Hoarseness Difficulty swallowing Difficulty breathing.
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Gnathostoma was first discovered in the stomach wall of a tiger that died at London Zoo in 1836 and was first described in humans in 1889 in Thailand by G. M. R. Levinson. The next case was not described until 1934, and shortly after, its life cycle was elucidated.