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Goitre in school-children
R. A. Shore
1934 by New Zealand Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research and Dept. of Health in Wellington .
Written in English
|Statement||by R. A. Shore and R. L. Andrew.|
|Series||Bulletin - New Zealand Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research and Dept. of Health ; no. 45, Bulletin (New Zealand. Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research) ;, no. 45.|
|Contributions||Andrew, R. L., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RJ420.G65 S56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||80486703|
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Onset is generally in adolescence, and a family history of CLT is found in one-half of all patients. There is no reported association between a colloid goitre and thyroid malignancy. The prospective study of to year-old school children found simple goitres in % of students.
The natural history is for spontaneous reduction with time Cited by: 6. Goitre in schoolchildren of the Carpathian endemic area. The English summary appended to the paper is as follows: " A group of school-children, girls and boys, from Miedzybrodzie Bialskie in Zywiec county, and children of the Krakow schools ( girls and boys) forming control group, have been : Szybiński Z, Sieradzki J, Huszno B, Tarnawski A, Korzeniowska D, Traczewska H.
Iodine Deficiency Disorder: Problems & Solutions: ID in schoolchildren, water and salt, Sudanese Study [Ahmed Eldalo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) constitute one of the major health problems of the world.
In the Sudan during the last 50 years a number of reports appeared about the Goitre in school-children book of goiter in different Goitre in school-children book in : Ahmed Eldalo. Goitre in school-children.
The incidence of goitre in school-children in relation to the amount of iodine in soil and water in certain districts of the North Island of New Zealand. Author(s): Shore, Goitre in school-children book.
A.; Andrew, R. Bulletin: Goitre in by: 2. In the Darfur region of Sudan, % of subjects examined, mainly school children, had goitre and in % the goitre was large (stage II or III).Author: Faroug Ahmed. An analysis of the incidence of goitre in 31 districts showed that there was a significant decrease after the introduction of iodized salt.
It is calculated from the data that 75 per cent. of the goitres were due to iodine deficiency. Since by a Government decree iodized salt Goitre in school-children book been Goitre in school-children book throughout Canton Berne. The ordinary salt can be obtained by special request but in most Author: P.
Lauener. Iodine Goitre in school-children book and goitre in schoolchildren in Melbourne, Article in The Medical journal of Australia (4) March with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Material and Methods: The study was conducted from January to July in school children of years of age, attending the 55 schools of Bellur hobli in the southern part of India.
The clinical examination of all the children of the selected schools was done to detect and grade by: 2. Of 14, children examined from schools, or per cent. were goitrous. Goitre is therefore considered to be mildly endemic in South County Antrim.
Of these cases 93 or 24 per cent. occurred in the boys and or 76 per cent. in girls. In boys the percentage was at Goitre in school-children book of age, 41 at years, falling to 12 at 14 : F.
Erskine. There, before initiation of the program, a goiter endemic of moderate severity was present, as evidenced by goiter prevalence of 55% in school children.  In the present study, three talukas were observed of not using noniodized salt (Lalpur, Jodiya, Dhrol).
N Engl J Med ; ページ - Role of aberrant HLA-DR expression and antigen presentation in. However a study done 7 years later in Kerman, a province in the southeast of Iran showed that 59% of school children between 8 and 10 years suffered from goiter, although more than 98% of the school children had urinary iodine excretion levels more than 30 μg/l which shows sufficient iodine by: 2.
The Lancet ORIGINAL ARTICLES EFFECT OF POTASSIUM IODATE ON ENDEMIC GOITRE AND PROTEIN-BOUND Goitre in school-children book LEVELS IN SCHOOL-CHILDREN NevinS. Goitre in school-children book Ph.D. Harvard, ter REGIONAL ADVISOR IN NUTRITION, PAN-AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU (W.H.O.); DIRECTOR, INSTITUTE OF NUTRITION OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND PANAMA (INCAP) a b c Cited by: A survey for the prevalence of goitre in Glasgow, Dumfries, and Nithsdale school-children aged years is described.
In Glasgow children the goitre-rate was 133%, in Dumfries children it was 156%, and in Nithsdale Goitre in school-children book it was 296%.Cited Goitre in school-children book 8.
According to the present study, the prevalence of goitre among school children in Isfahan has decreased from about 89% in and 62% in to % in This implies that iodine deficiency has been the most important cause of endemic goitre and also shows the effective role of the legislation for salt iodization in controlling by: 3.
The highest prevalence of Grade 1 and 2 goiter was seen among school children of 12 years age (% and %, respectively).
Females have higher prevalence of Grade 1 and Grade 2 goiter. Onset is generally in adolescence, and a family history of CLT is found in one-half of all patients. There is no reported association between a colloid goitre and thyroid malignancy.
The prospective study of to year-old school children found simple goitres in % of students. The natural history is for spontaneous reduction with time Cited by: 6.
According to a national study conducted in Ethiopia , prevalence of goiter among school children measured by palpation was higher among females (%) than in males (%) of all age groups.
Zinc deficiency may also contribute to the pathogenesis of endemic goiter. The aim of this study was to compare serum zinc level in Iranian school children with and without goiter. A cross-sectional study was performed among urban children aged 8–12 years in city of Kerman, by: 2.
A survey for estimation of goitre in school children in the Rural Health Training Centre, Shirur area was undertaken. A total of students from 17 schools were surveyed. The goitre prevalence was found to be % with visible goitre rate of % in pre- and peri-adolescent (10–19 years) age : Pb Pellai, Sr Rajan, Gs Saiprasad, Ag Gokarn.
The goiter incidence among Shendi basic school children was %; the female incidence was more than that of male. Grade 1A goiter was more than others grades. The high incidence of goiter was in the south Shendi and the lowest was in the east Shendi. By age goiter incidence was highest at 9 years and lowest at age 6 years.
The variation in goiter prevalence between the genders is well known with a higher occurrence among women. The association with age is probably dependent on iodine status, because it seems that the zenith of goiter prevalence appears earlier in life the more severe iodine deficiency the population is Cited by: Discussion.
Our study carried out among school children in Chamarajanagar district, showed a goitre prevalence of %. This result was in accordance with studies done in Kottayam, Kerala (%)  and Malda, West Bengal (l%) .From [Table/Fig-1] it was observed that the prevalence of goitre varied from % to % in different taluks of the district, being highest in Gundlupet Cited by: 3.
Charinet AKU. Determinants of iodine deficiency in school children in different regions of Ethiopia. East Afr Med J. ; 77 (3)– Berhanu N, Michael KW, Bezabih M. Endemic goiter in school children in Southwestern Ethiopia. Ethiop J Health Dev. Cited by: In tropical areas, absence or poor growth of potatoes and grains makes cassava a common food.
However, presence of goitrogenic compounds make cassava unfit for human consumption hindering its contribution to curb food security. The study is aimed at providing evidence based relationship between goitre prevalence and cassava consumption in Kilifi : Sam Mwachibua Mwadzombo, Lenny Mwagandi Chimbevo, Paul Sifuna Oshule, Suliman Essuman, Francis Muchi.
In a study at Hamipur District, Himachal Pradesh with school children, the goitre prevalence was % and median urinary iodine excretion was found to be mcg/l. They also found out in their study that only % children were using salt having iodine content and.
A survey of 2, children from the city of Winnipeg and country districts in Manitoba was made in The incidence of "slight", "moderate" and "marked" thyroid enlargement was studied in relation to the nationality, the age and the sex of the children.
Nationality appeared to be an important factor in determining the incidence of goitre and the degree of its : T. Hamilton, D. Mcrae. George J. Hamwi, Albert W. Van Fossen, Robert E. Whetstone, and Izola Williams “Endemic Goiter in Ohio School Children”, American Journal of Public Hea no.
10 (October 1, ): pp. Cited by: 4. Iodine nutritional status of school children in Kolkata during post-iodation scenario is not available. Present investigation has been undertaken to evaluate iodine status of selected population with possible involvement of dietary goitrogens (if any) in by: 1.
A total of 1, children from the four study areas were clinically examined. The overall goitre prevalence in school children in the Imphal east district was per cent.
Though most of the goitre was found palpable (%), but visible goitre (%) among the. The criteria of thyroid volume per age yielded a goitre prevalence of %. In contrast, the criteria of thyroid volume by body surface area yielded a goitre prevalence of %.
Conclusion. The study clearly indicated that adequate iodine nutrition exists generally among the school children. Supplementation was provided at schools and clinics for all people aged years, with priority given to primary-school children.
Each person was supposed to receive capsules in both of the supplementation periods ( and ). The information was recorded in health booklets and duplicated in the clinics' and schools' record books. Goitre is an abnormal enlargement of the thyroid gland. It is one of the most common thyroid disorders and is mostly harmless.
It is also termed as iodine deficiency disorder because the lack of iodine content in the body is the most common  cause of goitre.
The thyroid glands get swollen up, which will lead to the swelling of the neck or the voice box (larynx).Author: Amritha K. Goiter, an indicator of chronic iodine deficiency, is a major public health problem for populations living with iodine deficient environment, particularly for young children.
It is a threat to the social and economic development of many developing countries including Ethiopia. The aim of the study was to assess the prevalence and associated factors of goiter among rural children aged Cited by: Goiter remains one of the major public health problems particularly among young children in economically disadvantaged countries like Ethiopia.
The aim of the study was to assess the prevalence of goiter and its associated factors among children aged 6–12 years in Chole district, Arsi Zone, Eastern Ethiopia. A school based cross-sectional study was conducted in February, among Author: Abera Bekele, Takele Menna Adilo.
There was an iodine deficiency, and children began to get goiters on their thyroids. Some say because they took the natural minerals out of salt and began to add a lab created salt called. goiter in school children had not significantly dimin ished (except in Tocachi). Urinary excretion of iodine in the great majority of the rural population remained under 50 micrograms per gram of creatinine.
In Octoberwe began the present study of the effects of. Randomized clinical trial comparing different iodine interventions in school children - Volume 2 Issue 2 - Jinkou Zhao, Fujie Xu, Qinlan Zhang, Li Shang, Aixiang Xu, Yuan Gao, Zhigao Chen, Kevin M Sullivan, Glen F MaberlyCited by: Prevalence of goiter in children aged 6–12 years varies in different studies in the world.
It was % in southern Sudan, % Rajasthan, and % in India . Study on prevalence of goiter among children 6 to 12 years of age in Ethiopia by the year was %, with rates of % for palpable, and % for visible goiter. American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) from the American Public Health Association (APHA) Endemic Goiter in El Salvador School Children | AJPH | Vol.
43 Issue 3 Endemic Goiter in El Salvador School Children, an article from American Journal of Public Health, Vol 43 Issue 3Cited by: 6.
Background: There are many reasons for children to underperform at school such as nutritional status, socio cultural, environmental and other factors.
Iodine deficiency disorder is the major cause of preventable brain damage in children resulting in academic underperformance. Objectives: To assess prevalence of goiter and its associated factors among school age children at Gafat governmental.
Iodine deficiency and associated factors pdf school children: a cross-sectional study in Ethiopia 31 October | Archives of Public Health, Vol. 74, No. 1 Serum thyroglobulin as a biomarker of iodine deficiency in adult populationsCited by: Karger S, Schötz S, Stumvoll M, Berger F, Führer D.
Impact of pregnancy on prevalence of goitre and nodular thyroid disease in women living in a region of borderline sufficient iodine supply.
Horm Metab Res. ;42(2)–Cited by: By April ebook, overall goiter frequency in school children had declined to %, and large goiters (WHO Grade 2) had virtually disappeared.  Apparently, this was a case of endemic goiter.