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Thyroid adenoma

Thyroid adenoma is a benign tumor originated from thyroid follicular cells. It is the most common benign tumor of thyroid. It usually occurs in the active period of thyroid function. Clinically, there are two kinds of follicular solid adenoma and papillary solid adenoma, the former is more common. It is usually a single well-defined nodule in the thyroid capsule, with a complete capsule, with a size of 1 ~ 10 cm. The disease exists sporadically throughout the country and is slightly more common in endemic goiter endemic areas.

Symptoms

Cervical lymph node tuberculosis

convulsions

Spinal cord compression

Legionella pneumonia

Tuberculous peritonitis

Tuberculous pleurisy

Influenza A

Acute arterial embolism

Acute cardiac insufficiency

Acute cor pulmonale

Acute myocardial infarction

Acute infective endocarditis

Acute heart failure

Acute cavernous sinus thrombophlebitis

Acute right heart failure

Acute left heart failure

Acute respiratory failure

Acute interstitial pneumonia

Acute hydrogen sulfide poisoning

Accelerated atrial escape rhythm

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