Causes And Treats Thyroid Cancer?
the doctor continued the previous question. That the thyroid ca has metastasized to the KGB and the UK is even getting bigger. Is that what causes high Anti Thyroglobulin? The doctor said that there was an adhesion in the KGB on the left side of the neck. Honestly, I’m tired, doctor. If the anti TG remains high that indicates what the doctor.
Thyroid cancer is a malignant condition in the thyroid gland due to abnormal cell growth in the gland. Thyroid cancer is a rare condition, however, the incidence of thyroid cancer is greater in women. Here are the symptoms of thyroid cancer:
Sore throat Difficulty swallowing Hoarse or hoarse voice Pain in the neck Swollen lymph nodes around the neck Various tests can be performed to detect and evaluate thyroid cancer, for example thyroid function tests, tissue biopsy, scans (CTG-Scan, USG) or genetic testing. Liver thyroglobulin examination is not a routine test for thyroid cancer because this test aims to detect the presence of thyroid autoantibodies in the blood that indicate autoimmune thyroid disease.
Autoimmune thyroid disease is a different condition from thyroid cancer, however, it can occur together with thyroid cancer. In autoimmune thyroid disease, the immune system attacks the thyroid because the body mistakenly recognizes the thyroid as a foreign object that can cause inflammation or disorders of the thyroid.
I suggest that you should consult directly with your doctor regarding these conditions because of course the doctor who treats you is more aware of your overall condition than just an online consultation. Take treatment as recommended by your doctor and consult with your doctor for anything that is not clear so that you can determine the appropriate treatment steps for your condition and needs.
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