The Results Of An Ultrasound Examination Performed On The Neck Area?
ultrasound results: right neck enlargement of lymph nodes ranging from mandibular angulus (27.5×17.6×18.0 mm 18.3×8.9mm and 15.1×9.4mm) to the anterior medial neck m, sternocleidomastoid (13.2×8.3mm and 9.06666 , 0mm) the left neck appears several enlarged lymph nodes in the submandibular (15.1×9.5mm, 9.2×8.4mm, 6.2×8.7mm and 8.5×7.0mm) and anterior medial neck m, sternocleidomastoid size 13.3×7, 1 mmtiroid: medio-posterior right neck appear hypoekik nodules with an anikik part of the nodule size 9.3×6.1mm color doppler vascularity does not increase inferior left globus appear hyperechoic nodules size 15.8×11.7×9.1mm color image of doppler vascular nodules increased, there is also an anabolic picture of an inocic diameter of 2.7 mm
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The information you explained above is the result of an ultrasound examination performed on the neck area. It is said that there is enlarged lymph nodes or known as lymphadenopathy which is found in some parts of the neck down from the lower jaw (angular mandible), middle neck, left and right neck. The presence of hyperechoic and hypoechoic as well as encoic information is a picture that shows the color of the tissue contained in the ultrasound examination: Hypoechoics are generally in the form of hyperechoic fluid whereas the tissue is denser. So that it can be used for lymph node enlargement with various sizes and images.
In your case where the examination is based on a referral from a doctor who has checked your condition before. It is better to know the next action or diagnosis of the disease, you should consult your doctor again.
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