CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES1
HYPOFUNCTIONPrimaryCretinismSporadicEndemicMyxedemaSpontaneousPostoperativePostinfectiousDuring administration of iodineSecondaryHypopituitarismAddison's diseaseHYPERFUNCTIONExophthalmic goiter (Symmetric toxic goiter)Toxic adenoma (Nodular toxic goiter)Mixed typeUSUALLY NO DISORDER OF FUNCTIONSimple goiter (Symmetric nontoxic goiter, colloid goiter)Nontoxic adenoma (Nodular nontoxic goiter)Anomalies of developmentSubsternal goiterPyramidal lobeLingual goiterThyroglossal cystLateral aberrant thyroid tissueThyroid tissue in teratomaThyroiditisSuppurative: acute and chronicNonsuppurative: acute and chronicStruma lymphomatosaRiedel's strumaChagas' disease (Trypanosoma cruzi)New growthsPrimaryPapillary adenocarcinoma—30 per centCarcinoma in adenoma (malignant adenoma)—38 per centDiffuse adenocarcinoma—31 per centSquamous epithelioma—1 per centSarcoma—1
During administration of iodine
Exophthalmic goiter (Symmetric toxic goiter)
Toxic adenoma (Nodular toxic goiter)
USUALLY NO DISORDER OF FUNCTION
Simple goiter (Symmetric nontoxic goiter, colloid goiter)
Nontoxic adenoma (Nodular nontoxic goiter)
Anomalies of development
Lateral aberrant thyroid tissue
Thyroid tissue in teratoma
Suppurative: acute and chronic
Nonsuppurative: acute and chronic
Chagas' disease (Trypanosoma cruzi)
Papillary adenocarcinoma—30 per cent
Carcinoma in adenoma (malignant adenoma)—38 per cent
Diffuse adenocarcinoma—31 per cent
Squamous epithelioma—1 per cent
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