Diseases Of The Thyroid Gland – Khavin, Nikolayev

In this post, we will see the book Diseases Of The Thyroid Gland by I. Khavin and O. Nikolayev.

About the book

A book about various diseases of the thyroid gland and their treatments. For each disease the pathogenesis, pathohistology and aetiology along with clinical picture is provided. Finally the ways of treating these diseases are discussed.

The book was translated from Russian (translators name is not mentioned) and was published in 1955 by Foreign Languages Publishing House.

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Chapter I. Structure and Function of the Thyroid Gland 5

Chapter II. Thyrotoxicosis 15

Pathogenesis and Aetiology 15
Clinical Picture 28
Treatment 68

Chapter III. Hypothyroidism and Myxoedema 107

Pathogenesis and Aetiology 107
Clinical Picture 110
Treatment 119
Dysthyroidism 122

Chapter IV. Thyroiditis (Strumitis) 125

Pathogenesis and Aetiology 125
Clinical Picture 126
Treatment 130

Chapter V. Endemic Goitre 132

Definition 132
History 134
Distribution of Endemic Goitre in the World and Pathohistology 136
Aetiology and Pathogenesis 141
Clinical Picture 176
Prophylaxis and Treatment 191

Chapter VI. Malignant Neoplasms of the Thyroid 204

Chapter VII. Surgical Treatment of Thyroid Diseases 220

History 220
Surgical Treatment of Endemic Goitre 224
Surgical Treatment of Basedow’s Disease (Thyrotoxicosis) 238



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