Multinodular goiter.

@article{Day2003MultinodularG,
  title={Multinodular goiter.},
  author={Terry A. Day and Angela Chu and Khanh Gien Hoang},
  journal={Otolaryngologic clinics of North America},
  year={2003},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={
          35-54
        }
}
MNG is a common clinical problem. Though most goiters are benign and asymptomatic, they may cause concern when they create compressive symptoms, develop autonomous functioning nodules, or form suspicious nodules. Diagnostic evaluation should include clinical evaluation, laboratory tests including TSH, and consideration of additional evaluation and imaging when there exists suspicion of complicating factors or risk of malignancy. In nontoxic MNG, suppression therapy or serial clinical exams and… CONTINUE READING

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