adenomatous goiter

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adenomatous goiter

[‚ad·ən‚ō′ma·təs ′gȯit·ər]
(medicine)
An asymmetric goiter due to isolated nodular masses of thyroid tissue. Also known as multiple colloid goiter; nodular goiter.
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Magdalene et al [22] noted colloid goitre (42%) was the most common lesion in their studies and Kusum et al [23] as multinodular goitre (73%) followed by adenomatous goitre (8%).
The common causes of solitary thyroid nodules are adenomatous goitre, neoplasms and chronic thyroiditis.
Histological study of adenomatous goitre. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 2012;3(2):65-8.
Out of the 616 non-neoplastic cases nodule of nodular goitre and simple colloid goitre predominates with 423 cases (63.04%) followed by multinodular goitre with cystic change 167 cases (24.88%) and adenomatous goitre 26 cases (3.87%).
of Cases (N=62) Adenomatous Goitre 57% Follicular Adenoma 26% Follicular Carcinoma 6% Follicular Variant of PTC 11% Note: Table made from pie chart.