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Endemic goiter

Endemic goiter is a kind of goiter. Goiter can be divided into endemic and sporadic according to regional distribution. Endemic goiter is caused by specific environmental factors (mainly iodine deficiency) in an area. Therefore, a certain proportion of people living in this area have goiter. A certain proportion refers to that the goiter rate of local school-age children is more than 5%, that is, the existence of goiter has constituted a public health problem. Generally speaking, less than 5% is sporadic goiter, which is mostly caused by non iodine deficiency factors.

Symptoms

Simple obesity

Endemic cretinism

Toxic nodular goiter

Iodine derived hyperthyroidism

Toxic diffuse goiter

Multiple endocrine adenoma type II

Multiple endocrine tumor syndrome type I

Multiple fibrous dysplasia

Hirsutism

multiple glandular deficiency syndrome

Skin manifestations of DF-2 sepsis

Simple spinal tuberculosis

Monocytic leukemia

Geomycosis

Large granular lymphocytic leukemia

Hypocalcemia and hypomagnesemia

pure red cell aplasia

Dubo histoplasmosis

Simple pulmonary eosinophilic infiltration

Low proliferative acute leukemia

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