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Ultrasound confusion #609689 07/06/10 10:53 PM
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hi all' I was wondering if anyone could give me an oppinion on my thyroid ultrasound......IMPRESSION: the glands are extremely inhomogeneous bilaterally without enlargement. Just wandering if its the thyroid gland or is it other glands and what does it mean? Any input is greatly appreciated!

Re: Ultrasound confusion [Re: painter] #609817 07/07/10 07:08 PM
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I am sorry but I realized I probably didnt give enough info on my post so I am going to post my whole ultrasound report,with hopes that I will get some help..so here it goes.. PROCEDURE: Real-time scanning performed with images obtained over the thyroid. Color flow utilized. Multiple representative images obtained. FINDINGS: SIZE [LxWxAP] Right Lobe: 3.1 x 1.5 x 1.3cm [volume=3cc]Extremely heteregeneous Left Lobe: 3.2 x 1.1 x 1.3cm [volume=2cc]Extremely heterogeneous Isthmus:2mm AP diameter NODULES: Left midpole 0.8 x 0.5 x 0.4cm [volume=0.1cc] APPEARANCE: Nodule is stable and solid and echogenic.(2yrs. ago it was hypervascular] IMPRESSION: Extremely inhomogeneous glands bialaterally without enlargement. single stable nodule on left.

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Re: Ultrasound confusion [Re: painter] #612027 07/23/10 04:12 PM
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Just sae the endo. to discuss this ultrasound he says he's not worried about it and suggest I do nothing...DO I go with that? I asked him what extremely inhomogeneousglands bilaterally meant he said it just means it not the same.

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One more bit of info needed: what led your dr. to do an ultrasound? Just the presence of goiter? Any thyroid history?


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