Neonatal goiter: imaging findings in two children.


:Neonatal goiter is a rare cause of a neck mass and stridor. Often, the diagnosis can be made on clinical grounds exclusively, but there may be times when a neck mass becomes a diagnostic dilemma. There are several different imaging modalities available to the clinician that are useful in the rapid diagnosis of neonatal goiter. Presently, however, there is no definite algorithm for the workup of a neonatal neck mass. The two cases presented here demonstrate the imaging findings of plain film radiography, sonography, scintigraphy, and CT in neonatal goiter.


Pediatr Radiol


Pediatric radiology


Stoane JM,Haller JO,Price AF




Has Abstract


1996-01-01 00:00:00












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