A sixty-year-old female presents with a history of
palpitations and swelling in the neck.
On examination of the pulse there is atrial fibrillation
and in the neck there is a large multinodular goitre.
In this patient which one of the following are likely
Eye signs are common
Eye signs are rare
Spontaneous remission is likely
Long term antithyroid drugs are effective in controlling symptoms
Thyroxine will help to reduce the size of the goitre