Although this girl's goiter had been removed, the symptoms still persisted.
It is characterized by goiter, marked deformities and imbecility.
Another young girl, Miss L., had had a similar operation for goiter six years before.
Now and then the goiter moved up and down, each movement indicating the passage of a thought through his sluggish brain.
goiter, one of the first signals of warning that new blood must be infused in the race, was prevalent.
It is a curious fact that where this species of tree abounds, goiter is prevalent among the inhabitants.
It was efficacious for all forms of goiter and cannot possibly harm.
goiter, fi-kĕk′ or fĭn-to′-kĕl, is quite common with adults, and is more common with women than men.
A generation ago applications of iodin to the goiter were reported to have good effects.
goiter goi·ter (goi'tər)
A noncancerous enlargement of the thyroid gland, visible as a swelling at the front of the neck, that is often associated with iodine deficiency.