Results Of Ultrasound Analysis Of The Thyroid Gland?
Good morning doctor, a few days ago I diagnosed a small lump in the right neck, and I got the results of the ultrasound which results like this: Clinical: bilateral colli lympadenopathy, Ca mammae left-right submandibular glands: Normal shape and size, no visible pathological lesions / SOLD parotid bilateral areas: No visible pathologic lesions / SOLLE neck: appear solid hypoechoic lesions with size 1.71×0.49 cm, firm border, calcification (-), Doppler ultrasound invisible Left hypervascular picture: no neck enlargement Supraclavicular KGB: no visible enlargement, calcification (-), Doppler ultrasound no visible hypervascular picture Left neck: no enlargement of neck hypoechoic lesions with size 1.71×0.49 cm; Right-hand thyroid supraclavicular KGB; size is enlarged, there is a dense ledi with cystic in it measuring 1,33×1,39×2,29 cm, indefinite boundary, calcification (-), while the left yhroid looks normalVascular: No visible abnormalities Impressions: – Colli dextra tumor and thyroid dextra nodules ? Thank you doctor
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From the results of the ultrasound, it is said there is a lump in your right thyroid gland. Thyroid gland is a gland located in the neck and is responsible for secreting thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormone is a hormone to regulate the body's metabolism. There are various abnormalities in the thyroid that can cause lumps to appear. Benign or malignant lumps cannot be determined from the results of the ultrasound alone, further investigation is needed for this. You should take the results of the ultrasound to a surgeon who advises you to be examined. The doctor will explain in more detail the results of the examination and what follow-up needs to be done next, perhaps further examination or certain actions. Follow the advice of the doctor so that you can improve. You can ask the surgeon further about the lump in your neck after you have been examined.
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