goitre is manifestly a family disorder to a large extent in certain regions, most familiarly in Alpine valleys in Switzerland.
To be worn constantly in goitre or bronchocele, renewing it every month.
goitre is very much more general than is usually supposed in France.
Dr Luton uses this in goitre, 1⁄2 dr. of solution containing 1⁄5th of acid injected at once into the midst of the tumour.
When tetany follows operations for goitre it is due to the removal of these glands.
Like most mountaineers the Bhuttias are very subject to goitre.
Only one case is reported in which goitre was associated with cretinism.
The size of the goitre was in proportion to the length of the residence.
If the water supply of a goitrous valley be changed to a healthy spring, goitre and cretinism disappear.
"You may bear her off on your horse," said he of the goitre.
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.