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inflammation of the thyroid gland

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The association between chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis and thyroid tumors.
Prevalence and functional significance of thyrotropin (TSH) receptor blocking antibodies in children and adolescents with chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis.
The remnant thyroid parenchyma demonstrated features of chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis.
7,15) Hashimoto thyroiditis, or chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis, as seen in the current case, however, is by the far the most common acquired thyroid disorder in DS and typically causes hypothyroidism with or without detectable serum anti-thyroid antibodies at a median age of onset of 12.
Chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis (CLT) is associated with chronic persistent antigen stimulation and present in nearly half of thyroid NHL (6-8).
However, one of our patients whose goitre size was not reduced with drug treatment was referred to surgery because of anxiety about external appearance and histopathological evaluation was compatible with chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis.
1) Hashimoto's thyroiditis also known as chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis has a prevalence rate of 1-4% and incidence of 3-6/10000 population per year.
Chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis, eponymically referred to as Hashimoto thyroiditis (named after Hakarum Hashimoto, who first described the disease in 1912), is an autoimmune thyroiditis that results from autoantibodies to thyroid-specific antigens.
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