[Hypertrophy of lingual ectopic thyroid gland in pregnancy. A clinical case].

Abstract

A 28-year-old female, diagnosed two years ago of euthyroid lingual thyroid, has been asymptomatic under observation without treatment until her first pregnancy. During her first pregnancy the lingual thyroid tissue increases of size and produces dysphagia, pain and oral hemorrhages. We realize a thyroid hormone treatment (thyroxine) with regular results… (More)

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@article{Jimnez1993HypertrophyOL, title={[Hypertrophy of lingual ectopic thyroid gland in pregnancy. A clinical case].}, author={Antonio Abrante Jim{\'e}nez and F M P{\'e}rez Fern{\'a}ndez and A Cordero Fraile and F Delgado Moreno}, journal={Acta otorrinolaringologica espanola}, year={1993}, volume={44 1}, pages={43-6} }