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Hello. I then did an ultrasound colli because there was a lump in my right neck and the result was an enlarged size, an inhomogeneous, isoechoic nodule with hypoechoic sections, well-defined, measured l.k. 1.68 x 1.61 x 1.65 cm, intralesional vascularization (+) because it hasn’t been re-checked to the doctor, the practice hours are over
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from the results of the ultrasound you mentioned in my opinion the possibility of a tumor in colli where colli tumors are suspected of the thyroid gland.
the results of ultrasound that can lead to malignancy that is the presence of hypoechoic nodules or darker than the surrounding tissue and vascular appearance which increases and the size of thyroid nodules larger than 1.5 cm have a picture of ultrasound leading to malignancy and the presence of hoarse voice markings or enlarged lymph nodes a biopsy needs to be done.
You should go back to your doctor to find out more clear results. because many probable factors in diagnosing a person not only focusing on ultrasound should require another examination such as a biopsy or thyroid hormone test.
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