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• Thyroiditis is a group of disorders that all
cause thyroidal inflammation.
• The clinical picture varies from hyper to
h...
-Hashomoto’s Thyroiditis
-Subacute Thyroiditis
-Riedle’s Thyroiditis
-Pregnancy Induced Thyroiditis
-Palpation induced Thy...
Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
• It is characterized by:
Gradual thyroid failure because of
autoimmune destruction of the thyroid
gland.
• The name Hashi...
• The most common cause of thyroiditis.
• This condition is the most common cause of
hypothyroidism in the United States i...
Incidence:
• it is primarily a disease of older women.
• can occur in children “ nonendemic goiter”
• The concordance rate...
• There are reports that polymorphisms in the
HLA locus, specifically the HLA-DR3 and
HLA-DR5 alleles, are linked to Hashi...
Pathogenesis
• Hashimoto thyroiditis is an autoimmune
disease in which the immune system reacts
against a variety of thyro...
Morphology
• The thyroid is often diffusely enlarged.
• The capsule is intact.
• the gland is well demarcated from adjacen...
Clinical Features
• many of the symptoms associated with
thyroid hormone deficiency.
• Fatigue
• Drowsiness
• Difficulty w...
DD
• Euthyroid Sick Syndrome
• Goiter
• Goiter, Diffuse Toxic
• Goiter, Lithium-Induced
• Goiter, Nontoxic
• Goiter, Toxic...
Special investigations
• TSH
• Thyroid autoantibodies-anti-TPO and anti-
Tg,
• FNAC
• Histology- diffuse lymphocytic and p...
Subacute thyroiditis
• is a self-limited thyroid condition.
• associated with a triphasic clinical course of
hyperthyroidi...
In general, the following 3 forms of subacute
thyroiditis are recognized
Subacute granulomatous,
subacute painful, or
“de ...
“de Quervain thyroiditis”.
• Self limited disease
• CAUSE:
Possible viral cause.
• CLINICAL FEATURES:
Over Active Phase:
• Within the first one to four months
• This phase can be characterized by :
1. slight enlargement of t...
D/Ds
• Acute hemorrhage into a thyroid cyst,
nodule, or neoplasm
• Infectious thyroiditis
• Radiation-induced thyroiditis
...
Diagnosis:
• blood tests to measure :
• increased levels of thyroid hormone in the
bloodstream .
• the abnormal antibodies...
• A fine needle aspiration biopsy of the
thyroid gland during this phase would
reveal inflammatory cells attacking the
thy...
Treatment:
• During this hyperthyroid phase, treatment is
usually not recommended because this
phase usually lasts for a s...
Treatment
• thyroid hormone medication for about six
months.
• After this time, the medication is stopped to
determine whe...
Riedel’s Thyroiditis
• Rare disease
• Replacement of the normal
thyroid parenchyma by a dense
fibrosis.
• Painless goiter ...
Clinical features
• nonpainful, rapidly growing thyroid mass
Differential Diagnoses
• De Quervain Thyroiditis
• Goiter
• Hashimoto Thyroiditis
• Thyroid Lymphoma
• Anaplastic Carcinom...
complications
• Because of the encroachment beyond the
thyroid capsule, nonthyroid problems can be
associated with RT. Com...
Treatment
• Pharmacologic therapy includes the use of
corticosteroids, tamoxifen, and
levothyroxine.
Surgerry
• . A wedge resection of the thyroid isthmus
• Surgery is indicated when tissue is needed
for diagnosis, medical ...
Drug-induced thyroiditis
• CAUSE:
Drugs include: amiodarone, lithium,
interferons, cytokines.
• CLINICAL FEATURES:
Either ...
Radiation induced Thyroiditis
• CAUSE:
1. Follows treatment with radioactive iodine for
hyperthyroidism
2. external beam r...
Acute/Infectious thyroiditis
• Acute suppurative thyroiditis is quite rare
in modern times.
• Cause:
It is caused by a bac...
Treatment of thyroiditis
• Treatment depends on the type of thyroiditis
and the clinical presentation.
Thyrotoxicosis Hypo...
Thyrotoxicosis
• Beta blockers to decrease palpitations
and reduce shakes and tremors may be
helpful.
Hypothyroidism
• thyroid hormone replacement.
Thyroidal pain
• anti-inflamatory medications such as
aspirin .
• steroid therapy with prednisone.
MCQ
• 1.Following are seen in subacute thyroiditis
except--(AIIMS-1991)
• (a) Raised ESR
• (b) Raised T4 levels
• (c) High...
• Hashimotos thyroiditis all are true except
• a)maximum incidence in children
b)neutrophilic infiltration c) pain in hyoi...
• hashimotos thyroiditis, all are TRUE,
EXCEPT
• aiims may, 1993
• Neutrophilic infiltration
• Maximum incidence in child
...
• This thyroiditis is also known as "Painless
thyroiditis":(MAHE 08)
• A. Subacute lymphocytic
• B. Dequervain's
• C. Hash...
• The feature of subacute thyroiditis include
a) Elevated T3 & T4 levels
b) Depressed TSH levels
c) Depressed RAIU
d) All ...
• In chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis—
KARNATAKA 2007
• A)Surgery is indicated in a majority of
cases
A. B)Thyroid antibody...
• The only reason for operating in case
thyroiditisis -
• To prevent cancerous degeneration AIIMS
• 86)(JIPMER79)
• A)For ...
• . Most common cause of Thyroiditis is -
• A)Reidl's Thyroiditis
• Subacute Thyroiditis
• Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
• Viral...
• 'Hurthle cells' are seen in -
• Agranulomatous Thyroiditis
• Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
• Papillary carcinoma of the thyroi...
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Thyroiditis

  1. 1. • Thyroiditis is a group of disorders that all cause thyroidal inflammation. • The clinical picture varies from hyper to hypothyroidism during the natural course of the disease. Thyroiditis Acute Subacute Chronic Harrisons principles of internal medicine 18th edition, Dan L. Longo, Anthony S. Fauci, Mc graw hill medical publications, pp 2927-
  2. 2. -Hashomoto’s Thyroiditis -Subacute Thyroiditis -Riedle’s Thyroiditis -Pregnancy Induced Thyroiditis -Palpation induced Thyroiditis -Radiation induced Thyroiditis -Acute/Infectious thyroiditis -Drug induced Thyroiditis.
  3. 3. Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
  4. 4. • It is characterized by: Gradual thyroid failure because of autoimmune destruction of the thyroid gland. • The name Hashimoto thyroiditis is derived from the 1912 report by Hashimoto describing patients with goiter and intense lymphocytic infiltration of the thyroid (struma lymphomatosa)
  5. 5. • The most common cause of thyroiditis. • This condition is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in the United States in individuals older than 6 years. • This form of thyroid disease may also be referred to as chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis.
  6. 6. Incidence: • it is primarily a disease of older women. • can occur in children “ nonendemic goiter” • The concordance rate in monozygotic twins is 30% to 60%. • Several chromosomal abnormalities have
  7. 7. • There are reports that polymorphisms in the HLA locus, specifically the HLA-DR3 and HLA-DR5 alleles, are linked to Hashimoto thyroiditis, but the association is weak. • genome wide linkage analyses in families with Hashimoto thyroiditis have provided evidence for several susceptibility loci, such as on chromosomes 6p and 12q, that may
  8. 8. Pathogenesis • Hashimoto thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system reacts against a variety of thyroid antigens. • There is progressive depletion of thyroid epithelial cells (thyrocytes), which are gradually replaced by mononuclear cell infiltration and fibrosis.
  9. 9. Morphology • The thyroid is often diffusely enlarged. • The capsule is intact. • the gland is well demarcated from adjacent structures. • The cut surface is pale, yellow-tan, firm,
  10. 10. Clinical Features • many of the symptoms associated with thyroid hormone deficiency. • Fatigue • Drowsiness • Difficulty with learning • Dry, brittle hair and nails • Dry, itchy skin • Puffy face • Constipation. • Weight gain • Heavy menstrual flow
  11. 11. DD • Euthyroid Sick Syndrome • Goiter • Goiter, Diffuse Toxic • Goiter, Lithium-Induced • Goiter, Nontoxic • Goiter, Toxic Nodular • Hypopituitarism (Panhypopituitarism) • Polyglandular Autoimmune Syndrome,
  12. 12. Special investigations • TSH • Thyroid autoantibodies-anti-TPO and anti- Tg, • FNAC • Histology- diffuse lymphocytic and plasma cell infiltration with formation of lymphoid follicles from follicular hyperplasia • - Damage to the follicular basement membrane.
  13. 13. Subacute thyroiditis • is a self-limited thyroid condition. • associated with a triphasic clinical course of hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, and return to normal thyroid function. • responsible for 15-20% of patients presenting with thyrotoxicosis.
  14. 14. In general, the following 3 forms of subacute thyroiditis are recognized Subacute granulomatous, subacute painful, or “de Quervain thyroiditis”. Lymphocytic thyroiditis (also known as subacute painless thyroiditis). Subacute postpartum thyroiditis.
  15. 15. “de Quervain thyroiditis”. • Self limited disease • CAUSE: Possible viral cause. • CLINICAL FEATURES:
  16. 16. Over Active Phase: • Within the first one to four months • This phase can be characterized by : 1. slight enlargement of the thyroid . 2. Anxiety. 3. Restlessness. 4. Insomnia. 5. weight loss.
  17. 17. D/Ds • Acute hemorrhage into a thyroid cyst, nodule, or neoplasm • Infectious thyroiditis • Radiation-induced thyroiditis • Trauma- or palpation-induced thyroiditis • Riedel or fibroid thyroiditis • Graves thyrotoxicosis • Toxic thyroid adenoma
  18. 18. Diagnosis: • blood tests to measure : • increased levels of thyroid hormone in the bloodstream . • the abnormal antibodies, anti-microsomal and antithyroglobulin antibodies.
  19. 19. • A fine needle aspiration biopsy of the thyroid gland during this phase would reveal inflammatory cells attacking the thyroid gland.
  20. 20. Treatment: • During this hyperthyroid phase, treatment is usually not recommended because this phase usually lasts for a short period of time, about 2 to 4 months. • However, if the symptoms are extreme, beta blockers may be used to slow the heart rate and decrease nervousness.
  21. 21. Treatment • thyroid hormone medication for about six months. • After this time, the medication is stopped to determine whether or not the thyroid has recovered its normal function. • If so, the medication may be stopped permanently, otherwise the medication must be resumed because of permanent injury to the thyroid gland.
  22. 22. Riedel’s Thyroiditis • Rare disease • Replacement of the normal thyroid parenchyma by a dense fibrosis. • Painless goiter “woody” • Open biopsy often needed to diagnose • Associated with focal sclerosis syndromes. Harrisons principles of internal medicine 18th edition, Dan L. Longo, Anthony S. Fauci, Mc graw hill medical publications, pp 2927-
  23. 23. Clinical features • nonpainful, rapidly growing thyroid mass
  24. 24. Differential Diagnoses • De Quervain Thyroiditis • Goiter • Hashimoto Thyroiditis • Thyroid Lymphoma • Anaplastic Carcinoma • Thyroiditis, Subacute
  25. 25. complications • Because of the encroachment beyond the thyroid capsule, nonthyroid problems can be associated with RT. Complications of Riedel thyroiditis can include the following: • Airway obstruction • Dysphonia • Hoarseness - Due to recurrent laryngeal involvement • Hypothyroidism • Hypoparathyroidism
  26. 26. Treatment • Pharmacologic therapy includes the use of corticosteroids, tamoxifen, and levothyroxine.
  27. 27. Surgerry • . A wedge resection of the thyroid isthmus • Surgery is indicated when tissue is needed for diagnosis, medical treatment shows no benefit, or compressive symptoms are very severe
  28. 28. Drug-induced thyroiditis • CAUSE: Drugs include: amiodarone, lithium, interferons, cytokines. • CLINICAL FEATURES: Either thyrotoxicosis or hypothyroidism. • DURATION AND RESOLUTION:
  29. 29. Radiation induced Thyroiditis • CAUSE: 1. Follows treatment with radioactive iodine for hyperthyroidism 2. external beam radiation therapy for certain cancers. CLINICAL FEATURES: 1. Occasionally thyrotoxicosis 2. more frequently hypothyroidism.
  30. 30. Acute/Infectious thyroiditis • Acute suppurative thyroiditis is quite rare in modern times. • Cause: It is caused by a bacterial infection in the thyroid which causes pus to collect and form an abscess within the thyroid gland. The bacterial infection may be carried in the bloodstream from anywhere in the body or
  31. 31. Treatment of thyroiditis • Treatment depends on the type of thyroiditis and the clinical presentation. Thyrotoxicosis Hypothyroidism Thyroidal pain
  32. 32. Thyrotoxicosis • Beta blockers to decrease palpitations and reduce shakes and tremors may be helpful.
  33. 33. Hypothyroidism • thyroid hormone replacement.
  34. 34. Thyroidal pain • anti-inflamatory medications such as aspirin . • steroid therapy with prednisone.
  35. 35. MCQ • 1.Following are seen in subacute thyroiditis except--(AIIMS-1991) • (a) Raised ESR • (b) Raised T4 levels • (c) High Radio iodine uptake • (d) pain • ANS---C
  36. 36. • Hashimotos thyroiditis all are true except • a)maximum incidence in children b)neutrophilic infiltration c) pain in hyoid d)none • ANS --A
  37. 37. • hashimotos thyroiditis, all are TRUE, EXCEPT • aiims may, 1993 • Neutrophilic infiltration • Maximum incidence in child • c)Pain in hyoid • d)None of the above • Ans D
  38. 38. • This thyroiditis is also known as "Painless thyroiditis":(MAHE 08) • A. Subacute lymphocytic • B. Dequervain's • C. Hashimoto • D. Riedel's thyroiditis • ANS--A
  39. 39. • The feature of subacute thyroiditis include a) Elevated T3 & T4 levels b) Depressed TSH levels c) Depressed RAIU d) All of the above
  40. 40. • In chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis— KARNATAKA 2007 • A)Surgery is indicated in a majority of cases A. B)Thyroid antibody estimation is useful in a few cases • C)FNAC is the most appropriate investigation • D)there is no role for steroid therapy in the
  41. 41. • The only reason for operating in case thyroiditisis - • To prevent cancerous degeneration AIIMS • 86)(JIPMER79) • A)For relief of pain in neck and ear • • B)To overcome pressure on trachea or oesophagus
  42. 42. • . Most common cause of Thyroiditis is - • A)Reidl's Thyroiditis • Subacute Thyroiditis • Hashimoto's Thyroiditis • Viral thyroiditis
  43. 43. • 'Hurthle cells' are seen in - • Agranulomatous Thyroiditis • Hashimoto's Thyroiditis • Papillary carcinoma of the thyroid • Thyroglossal cyst

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