Lump On The Neck
My doc has finished soft tissue … Then the cut and subcutaneous results do not thicken. Muscle layer is normal. There is no visible hypo / hyperechoic lesions. inflammatory process) Can you ask for help to explain doc … And Is the danger not? Thanks 🙏
Thank you for the question.
Lumps in the neck there are many possible triggers. To identify the trigger of this lump, in addition to interviews and regular physical examination, doctors can also conduct supporting examinations, such as ultrasound, biopsy, x-rays, blood tests, CT scans, and so on. However, the interpretation of the results of these investigations, of course, must be compared with the clinical symptoms that arise. Therefore, the doctor who examines you directly has the right to answer your questions.
Judging from the results of soft tissue ultrasound in the neck that you lived before, it is likely that a lump in your neck appears due to enlarged lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy). This condition can arise due to many factors, the most common being inflammation, for example due to tuberculosis, toxoplasmosis, HIV, syphilis, cytomegalovirus, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and so on. In some cases, lymphadenopathy can also occur due to a malignancy or side effects of the drug.
As we mentioned above, in order to be correct in interpreting the results of your examination, you need to bring the results back to the doctor or surgeon who is examining you. The doctor will also determine the potential dangers of the condition you are experiencing.
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