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Acute suppurative thyroiditis

Acute suppurative thyroiditis (AST) is a suppurative inflammation of thyroid caused by Staphylococcus aureus. It is mostly secondary to bacterial infection in the mouth, neck and other parts. In 1857, Bauchet first described ast. In the absence of antibiotics, the incidence rate of AST was 0.1% in thyroid surgery. With the application of antibiotics, AST has been relatively rare, and its incidence rate is not reported clearly.

Symptoms

Acute lymphadenitis

Secondary adrenal insufficiency

Spina bifida and related deformities

Secondary hyperparathyroidism

Mental disorders associated with abnormal parathyroid function

Familial non medullary thyroid carcinoma

Thyroid hormone resistance syndrome

Hypothyroidism

Familial anti vitamin D rickets

Thyroglossal duct cyst and fistula

Mental disorders associated with hypothyroidism

Thyroid microcarcinoma

Hyperthyroidism with pregnancy

Hyperthyroid liver disease

Pseudohypoparathyroidism

Hyperthyroidism bone mineral disease

Nodular goiter

Menstrual fever

Mental disorders associated with thyroid dysfunction

Cystic lymphangioma of neck

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