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Electroroentgenothyrolymphoscanography in the diagnosis of thyroid disease

, : Electroroentgenothyrolymphoscanography in the diagnosis of thyroid disease. Meditsinskaya Radiologiya 30(2): 3-7

The results of examination of 79 patients of whom 25 were thyroid cancer patients, showed that electroroentogenothyrolymphoscans made it possible to judge with a sufficient degree of significance of the size, site and function of the intrathyroid lymph nodes of which some were "hidden" because of their small size on routine scans. This method can be successfully used for differential diagnosis of different thyroid diseases including tumors alongside with other morphological methods.

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