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Management of the Goiter Patient*

WILLARD C. STONER, M.D.
Ann Intern Med. 1928;1(9):729-735. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-1-9-729
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Present day observation indicates that thyroid disease is more prevalent than formerly and this is especially true of the adolescent goiter. Notwithstanding a vast amount of investigative work in the problem of thyroid disease the true cause remains more or less speculative. However, there are certain essential factors that have a definite bearing on the disease, the most outstanding of which is the one evolved by Marine and Lenhart, in which they have shown rather definitely that it is in part at least an iodine deficiency disease. The literature on thyroid disease is voluminous and much attention has been given

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