Thyroid gland laceration secondary to trauma
Post motor vehicle accident with dysphagia, globus and left neck swelling.
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CTA neck demonstrates a transection of the left superior pole of the thyroid gland with no evidence of active bleeding of the left superior thyroid artery.
There is a haematoma in the left pretrachael space extending to superior mediastinum with mass effect on trachea and oesophagus causing both to deviate to the right.
Thyroid gland injury is rare, especially in the setting of blunt trauma.