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Lack of sleep. twitching in hands. Ultrasound shows minimal hypervascularity of the gland, no cervical lymphadenopathy. Diagnosis?

I want to ask .... Analysis of blood ratio of parathyroid hormone as follows: T 3 = 1.6 nmol/l T 4 = 7.2 microgr/dl T.S.H = 2.3 ulU/ml The ultrasound examination as follows: thyroid appears bulky with normal texture the right lobe measures 38*18*13 mm the left lobe measures 36*16*12 mm the isthmus is borderlie 4.0 mm color shows minimal hypervascularity of the gland no cervical lymphadenopathy .... With symptoms rarely sweating Lack of sleep always Slight twitching of the hands I hope you diagnose cases Thank you
Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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Hello, Welcome to HCm, I am Dr. Das

Look, your thyroid gland is slightly bulky. The hormone profile is not indicative of any particular pathology.

So, just consult with your treating doctor. You just need follow up. If any abnormality seen in future, you should undergo US guided FNAC. It will detect what you really have.

Regards.
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Lack of sleep. twitching in hands. Ultrasound shows minimal hypervascularity of the gland, no cervical lymphadenopathy. Diagnosis?

Hello, Welcome to HCm, I am Dr. Das Look, your thyroid gland is slightly bulky. The hormone profile is not indicative of any particular pathology. So, just consult with your treating doctor. You just need follow up. If any abnormality seen in future, you should undergo US guided FNAC. It will detect what you really have. Regards.