What Is The Meaning Of The Result Of Thyroid Ultrasound With The Appearance Of Right And Left Nodal Nodules?
I want to ask the results of the ultrasound of the mother syHasil.a like this: Right thyroid: enlarged size, intact capsules, parenkin inhomogene, multiple nodules appear with calcifications in Islam appear calcifocation. Left thyroid: enlarged size, intact capsula, parenkin inhomogen, multiple nodules appear calcifocation. Invisible neck lymphadenopathy Impression: right and left nodular
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Ultrasound is one of the examination tools that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the inside of the body. Ultrasound is used as a tool to help make a diagnosis, monitor the condition of the fetus, surgical aids, and so forth. Ultrasound of the thyroid gland can be used to assess the condition of the thyroid which is located in front of the neck. In cases such as those experienced, the results of ultrasound revealed the presence of goitre on both sides of the thyroid, namely the left and right. Goitre or goitre is a term used to express an enlargement of the thyroid gland or thyroid gland. The cause of this enlargement can be in the form of disruption of thyroxine hormone production, iodine deficiency, inflammation, malignancy, and so forth. Based on the shape, there are two struma, namely:
Struma diffusa, which is an enlargement of the thyroid gland that occurs in the entire gland so that the entire neck can be seen to swell. The surface is usually flat and the enlargement limit is rather difficult to determine.
Struma nodusa, which is an enlargement of one or several lumps that cause the surface of the thyroid gland is uneven. The location of the lump is usually asymmetrical and the size limit can be determined.
In addition, goitre is also divided into toxic and nontoxic. Toxic trauma generally occurs excessive release of thyroid hormone so that the levels are high in the blood and cause symptoms of hyperthyroidism, whereas in non-toxic goitre only enlargement or bumps occur without accompanied by hyperthyroid conditions. To ensure this condition, it can not only be seen from the results of an ultrasound examination, but also from the results of history taking, direct clinical examination on patients, and other additional examinations, such as thyroid hormone examination, thyroid scan, fine needle biopsy, and so forth. Therefore, you should consult your doctor about the results of the examination, the doctor will match the results of the ultrasound examination with clinical conditions that occur. To maintain a healthy body condition, you should eat healthy and nutritious food, avoid drinking alcoholic beverages, maintain ideal body weight, adequate fluid needs, adequate rest, and avoid smoking.
Thus, hopefully it helps.