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Neck scan detected nodules in Thyroid
Latest neck ultrasound report: Neck scan detected a few iso to hyperechoic nodules in both lobes of Thyroid larget of size 12X9 mm in right lobe (TIRADS 2-3) A 9X7 mm oval shaped heterogeneously hyperechoic nodule showing increased vascularity with no obvious cystic areas/calcification within seen in left lobe at it's junction with isthmus(TIRADS 4) Both lobes of Thyroid and Isthums is normal in size and show diffusely altered echotexture Above is the excerpt from the ultrasound of neck of my mother. She has been experiencing sticky and frothy saliva from a year almost. We got the test done last year and it read Few hypoechoic nodules in both lobes of Thyroid, largest in left lobe; likely beign(TIRADS-3) Wanted to get an opinion here. Appreciate the help.
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Dear Ma’am From the report you have sent and comparing with the previous one, the modules you have are most likely benign. Although the only way to rule out cancer is by doing a FNAC biopsy. Small needle in neck, almost painless. It seems to have improved from grade 4 to 2/3 and the size is small
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