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Joll's Diseases of the Thyroid Gland

Book • Second Edition1951

Author:

FRANCIS F. RUNDLE

Joll's Diseases of the Thyroid Gland

Book • Second Edition1951

 

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    CHAPTER I - HISTO-PHYSIOLOGY OF THE THYROID GLAND

    Pages 1-32

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    CHAPTER II - STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE THYROID GLAND

    Pages 33-57

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    CHAPTER III - CLASSIFICATION OF THYROID DISEASES

    Pages 58-60

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    CHAPTER IV - SIMPLE GOITRE

    Pages 61-80

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    CHAPTER V - SIMPLE GOITRE—PATHOLOGY

    Pages 81-92

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    CHAPTER VI - SIMPLE GOITRE—CLINICAL FEATURES

    Pages 93-100

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    CHAPTER VII - SPECIAL TYPES OF SIMPLE GOITRE—TREATMENT OF SIMPLE GOITRE

    Pages 101-119

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    CHAPTER VIII - THE HYPOTHYROID STATES

    Pages 120-137

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    CHAPTER IX - GRAVES' DISEASE — TYPES — NATURE — NOMENCLATURE — HISTORY

    Pages 138-146

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    CHAPTER X - THYROTOXICOSIS: NATURE AND CLINICAL FACTORS IN ITS AETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS

    Pages 147-160

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    CHAPTER XI - THE THYROID GLAND IN THYROTOXICOSIS

    Pages 161-178

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    CHAPTER XII - THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM IN THYROTOXICOSIS

    Pages 179-198

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    CHAPTER XIII - THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IN THYROTOXICOSIS

    Pages 199-206

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    CHAPTER XIV - OTHER SYSTEMS IN THYROTOXICOSIS

    Pages 207-238

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    CHAPTER XV - THE OCULAR MANIFESTATIONS OF GRAVES' DISEASE

    Pages 239-264

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    CHAPTER XVI - BIOCHEMICAL ABNORMALITIES IN THYROID DISEASE

    Pages 265-285

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    CHAPTER XVII - THE TREATMENT OF THYROTOXICOSIS

    Pages 286-300

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    CHAPTER XVIII - DEVELOPMENTAL ANOMALIES OF THE THYROID GLAND

    Pages 301-316

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    CHAPTER XIX - ACUTE INFLAMMATIONS OF THE THYROID GLAND

    Pages 317-324

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    CHAPTER XX - GRANULOMATOUS DISEASES OF THE THYROID GLAND

    Pages 325-333

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    CHAPTER XXI - STRUMA LYMPHOMATOSA (HASHIMOTO'S DISEASE), RIEDEL'S STRUMA AND SUBACUTE (PSEUDO-TUBERCULOUS OR GIANT-CELL) THYROIDITIS

    Pages 334-370

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    CHAPTER XXII - MALIGNANT DISEASE OF THE THYROID GLAND

    Pages 371-402

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    CHAPTER XXIII - HYDATID (ECHINOCOCCUS) DISEASE OF THE THYROID GLAND

    Pages 403-406

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    CHAPTER XXIV - AMYLOID GOITRE

    Pages 407-408

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    CHAPTER XXV - ANAESTHESIA FOR GOITRE OPERATIONS

    Pages 409-433

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    CHAPTER XXVI - THE OPERATION OF THYROIDECTOMY FOR THYROTOXICOSIS

    Pages 434-459

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    CHAPTER XXVII - TECHNIQUE OF OPERATIONS FOR NON-TOXIC GOITRE

    Pages 460-475

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    CHAPTER XXVIII - DANGERS AND DIFFICULTIES DURING THYROIDECTOMY; USUAL POST-OPERATIVE COURSE AND MANAGEMENT

    Pages 476-482

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    CHAPTER XXIX - POST-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS AND THEIR TREATMENT

    Pages 483-508

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    INDEX

    Pages 509-520

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Joll's Diseases of the Thyroid Gland, Second Edition provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of thyroid diseases. This book discusses the physiology structure, and development of the thyroid gland. Organized into 29 chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the function of the thyroid gland to trap and concentrate iodine, harness it in organic combination, and then to secrete it into the blood. This text then discusses the evolutionary scheme showing the development of thyroid gland as a special organ for the control of iodine metabolism. Other chapters consider the various types of thyroid diseases, including simple goiter, acute inflammations, Grave's disease, and granulomatous diseases of the thyroid. This book discusses as well the etiological or clinico-pathological basis of the classification of simple goiter. The final chapter deals with the post-operative complications of thyroidectomy and their treatment. This book is a valuable resource for physicians, surgeons, and clinical researchers.

Joll's Diseases of the Thyroid Gland, Second Edition provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of thyroid diseases. This book discusses the physiology structure, and development of the thyroid gland. Organized into 29 chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the function of the thyroid gland to trap and concentrate iodine, harness it in organic combination, and then to secrete it into the blood. This text then discusses the evolutionary scheme showing the development of thyroid gland as a special organ for the control of iodine metabolism. Other chapters consider the various types of thyroid diseases, including simple goiter, acute inflammations, Grave's disease, and granulomatous diseases of the thyroid. This book discusses as well the etiological or clinico-pathological basis of the classification of simple goiter. The final chapter deals with the post-operative complications of thyroidectomy and their treatment. This book is a valuable resource for physicians, surgeons, and clinical researchers.

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ISBN

978-1-4831-6810-4

Language

English

Published

1951

Copyright

Copyright © 1951 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Imprint

Butterworth-Heinemann

Authors

FRANCIS F. RUNDLE

The Unit of Clinical Investigation, The Royal North Shore, Hospital of Sydney, Australia

Visiting Surgeon, Prince Henry, Hospital, Sydney

Assistant Surgeon and Assistant Director of the Surgical Unit, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, England, and Clinical Research Associate, London, County Council Thyroid Clinic

Jacksonian Prizeman and, Hunterian Professor, Royal College of Surgeons of England