Goiters and Thyroid Nodules

April 2004
New Harvard Guide to Women's Health;2004, p251
Provides information on goiters and thyroid nodules. Women who are likely to develop a diffuse goiter or thyroid nodule; Evaluation of these conditions; Treatment of goiters and thyroid nodules.


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