Unexpected Complication of a Multinodular Goitre
KeywordsHyperthyroidism, multinodular goitre, venous thromboembolism
Multinodular goitre is the most common thyroid gland disorder. It can cause hyperthyroidism and mechanical complaints such as tracheal compression or dysphagia. We report a unique case of a patient with a toxic multinodular goitre presenting with a deep venous thrombosis of the left arm due to direct local compression of blood flow.
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