Benign Multinodular Goiter

@article{Frilling2004BenignMG,
  title={Benign Multinodular Goiter},
  author={Andrea Frilling and C. Liu and Frank Weber},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of Surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={93},
  pages={278 - 281}
}
Multinodularnon-toxicgoiteristhemostprevalentthyroidpathologycharacterizedbyunilateralorbi-lateralthyroidgrowthwithmorphologicallyand/orfunctionallytransformedfolliclesandeuthyroidism.Atthyroidsonographyinunselectedpopulations,20to30%incidenceofthyroidnoduleshasbeenreport-ed(1).Besidemorphologicvariability,lackofhyper-stimulationinthemajorityofthemultiplicatedfolli-cles is the hallmark of the disorder. Most nodulargoitersgrowslowlyandundergodifferentmorpho-logic changes, encompassing diffuse… 
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