Definition of Goitred. Meaning of Goitred. Synonyms of Goitred

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Definition of Goitred

Goitred
Goitered Goi"tered, Goitred Goi"tred, a. Affected with goiter.

Meaning of Goitred from wikipedia

- A goitre, or goiter, is a swelling in the neck resulting from an enlarged thyroid gland. A goitre can be ****ociated with a thyroid that is not functioning...
- Endemic goitre is a type of goitre that is ****ociated with dietary iodine deficiency. Some inland areas, where soil and water lacks iodine compounds and...
- However, iodine deficiency can cause goiter (thyroid enlargement); within a goitre, nodules can develop. Risk factors for toxic multinodular goiter include...
- hypothyroidism, thyroid inflammation (thyroiditis), thyroid enlargement (goitre), thyroid nodules, and thyroid cancer. Hyperthyroidism is characterized...
- Roberto Goitre (Turin, 1927 - Piacenza, 1980) was an Italian choirmaster, composer and teacher. Upon finishing his academic studies, Goitre devoted himself...
- Pseudo-goitre is the apparent fullness of the front part of the neck. It may be mistakenly diagnosed as thyroid enlargement. The cause for pseudogoitre...
- disabilities. Deficiency also causes thyroid gland problems, including endemic goitre. In many countries, iodine deficiency is a major public health problem that...
- "Phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences reveals polyphyly in the goitred gazelle (Gazella subgutturosa)". Conservation Genetics. 12 (3): 827–831...
- Thyroid dyshormonogenesis is a rare condition due to genetic defects in the synthesis of thyroid hormones. It is due to either deficiency of thyroid enzymes...
- differentiation of hyperthyroidism between Graves' disease and toxic multinodular goitre". Experimental and Clinical Endocrinology & Diabetes. 112 (4): 171–4. doi:10...