What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Thyroid Cyst?
Good morning, what are the signs and symptoms of thyroid cyst?
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Thyroid cyst is a swelling or lump filled with fluid in the thyroid gland. The size can vary from less than 1 cm, to large swaps. The size of this cyst is generally stable, but sometimes it gets bigger, and rarely shrinks. The risk of malignancy in the thyroid cyst is small, so further evaluation is needed related to the lump in the neck and the appearance of cells in the lump.
Some accompanying complaints or accompanying symptoms can be a lump in the neck, consistency is chewy and contains water, free from bonding with the skin, pain, swallowing pain, or sound disturbances.
To diagnose or enforce a thyroid cyst compared to other causes (goiter, cancer, or abscess / infection) it is necessary to have a direct examination and evaluation by a surgeon, whether an interview, physical examination, or supporting examination in the form of radiological examination or biopsy examination. The results of the examination will be the basis for handling and further medical steps.
In connection with your question, if you find a lump in your neck, especially in the thyroid gland, then you should do an examination and evaluation directly to the surgeon. The doctor will carry out the inspection according to the description above.
If you wait until symptoms appear, then the complaint that you feel can further disturb you. So with the initial conditions that you find, checking as early as possible will help control this complaint.
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