Thyroid. How do I go about finding an endocrynologist who can follow up on this diagnosis who understands ...I recently had an ultrasound of the thyroid gland which found that I have an enlarged thyroid ...
I have a thyroidcyst 3X2.8cm in size located on the left lobe and isthemus.I have undergone FNAC ... necessary...can i live with the cyst...as my thyroid function blood tests have all come back normal? ...
Hi my daughter is having issues she s having panic attacks they found a small cyst on her thyroid and her thyroid is slightly enlarged her t4 goes up and down the doctor thinks it s not her thyroid ...
Ok two year ago I was told I had cyst on my thyroid then I started last year with lot joint pain ... are in normal range other left is 4.0 to 6.0 to 16.3 in volume can you tell me would these cyst in my thyroid ...
. My Dr. Found 2the cysts on my thyroid &I put me on thyroid meds to keep them from growing. I just found out my dog has round worm &I that it can invade the lymphatic system &I cause cysts to encapsulate ...
firm small marble sized lump about 1 and a half inch right of adams Apple not painful 16 yr old male not visible u have to push down to feel it had for 5 months
Thyroidcyst would be likely you have to get it conform, see the ENT surgeon
assalamo alaikom my name is anna from philippines i just wanna ask regarding about my thyroidcyst colloid and im so worriwd about it so pls help me.
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It would be helpful if you could get back with detailed scan report and if possible a clinical photo. Colloid cyst is benign and can be managed, there is no cause for concern.
Inshaallah everything will be fine.
Waiting for the reports.
doc if i have a thyroidcyst what ls the best possible action can be done?aspiration or excision biopsy?or just subtotal thyroidectomy?im only 26
If minimal surgery helps with a condition, then why go for the more radical approaches. I think aspiration can be tried first and the fluid sent for further evaluation. Excision biopsy can also be tried. Discuss with your physician.