In this section we present numerous case studies including 400+ high-definition videos of ultrasound examinations. The case studies partly serve the practice and partly the exam material is also based on these.

Case studies can also help us to get a real picture of the distribution of diseases. This is because cases that have been consecutively examined or operated are included here.

Currently available series:

Case studies of consecutive patients with thyroid nodules

In the thematic chapters, interesting, instructive and rarer cases are necessarily disproportionately overrepresented.
This series currently covers more than 60 complete case studies which are shown based on everyday frequency, i.e. in a real-life distribution.

Case studies of 100 consecutively operated patients with papillary cancer

Currently, the first more than 80 cases are available with complete case history. The final histology was in all cases papillary cancer.

A working day in the thyroid unit

The first of these series presents case studies of all 26 patients entered our outpatient department on a single day. This serves the demonstration of the real-life occurrence of patients with thyroid disorders.

Studies of 123 consecutively operated patients

The title speaks for itself. In contrast to previous series, the final histological result is not given here. At least for now. These case studies are the basis of the exam.

Consecutive patients with the diagnosis of Hashimoto's thyroiditis

In these 63 case studies, patients were referred for evaluation of various thyroid problems and the final clinical diagnosis was Hashimoto's thyroiditis.

Referred with nodular goiter - final diagnosis Hashimoto's thyroiditis

This 36 patients was referred for evaluation of nodular goiter while the final clinical diagnosis was Hashimoto's thyroiditis.

Consectuvively operated patients with the final diagnosis of autoimmune thyroid disease

This series presents studies in which the final histopathological diagnosis was autoimmune thyroiditis. 67 consecutively operated patients are involved in this section.