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... Right lobe of the thyroid gland measures 4.1 x 1.2 x 0.9cm. Left lobe measures 4.1 x 1.3 x 1.1cm. Thickness of the isthmus is 2mm. Echotexture of the thyroid is diffusely heterogeneous. ... (12 replies)
... and of course it's difficult for me to understand the results... however with my research basically nothing is adding up. ... (2 replies)
... Found a "lump" on my neck last week...just by chance. and even when I went to the dr. I had to show them where it was, they couldn't find it! ... (3 replies)

... Okay, so back in October I was experiencing a lot of fatigue.. went to the dr and the PA noticed something on my thyroid and sent me for an ultrasound which confirmed 2 nodules. One of them being 1 cm and the other a little under a cm. ... (0 replies)
... I asked him how concerned I should be over my nodules and the risk of cancer and he said he wasn't that familiar with thyroid cancer and couldn't really say. ... (4 replies)
... m learning the thyroid is so complex and would appreciate anyone's input on my results and what the next steps or considerations might be. My follow up is 1 week with my doctor. It can't come soon enough! ... (5 replies)
... a newb. This is my first post. I hope it's OK that I started a thread. ... (8 replies)
... goiter and sent me for a thyroid ultrasound. ... (0 replies)
Thyroid Issues
Aug 27, 2007
... I became hypothyroid after having my older daughter in 1994. I was diagnosed with hashimottos thyroiditis. I have just recently been found to have a thyroid nodule on an MRI. ... (2 replies)
... Isthmus appears heterogeneously dense and measures 0.7 cm, slightly enlarged. Right lobe is heterogeneous enlarged measuring 5.4 x 3.2 x 2.4 cm with multiple areas of irregular echotexture, one is slightly lobulated and measures 1.1 x 1.5 x 1.4cm. ... (2 replies)
... My husband had a routine checkup yesterday and while there, the doc said his thyroid felt a little large. He said it could just be normal for him but that he wanted him to get an US done anyway. ... (40 replies)
... Bear with me, this got long but I thought it would help to have all the info in order to understand. ... (7 replies)
... I am new to the board.. ... (8 replies)
... Can someone tell me what this report means. I do not go back to the docs until Feb and I would really like to know. ... (1 replies)
... I also should add that the last time my cardiologist checked my CRP it was 19.83. He swears it is a mistake but I am not so sure now as I do appear to have inflammation. ... (10 replies)
... sues. So my ability to get on and check things has been limited. I went to see Dr. Lahkani in Vanderbilt today. He seems knowledgable, but does not believe in the FT3. He will run it.. he just doesn't think it is stable enough to be a reliable measure. We agreed to disagree there. ... (67 replies)
... Consistent with origin in thyroid, low probability of neoplasm. See comment. ... (67 replies)
... I finally got a copy of my results from my thyroid ultrasound and blood work. I didn't know if anyone would know what it meant. ... (4 replies)
Advice on FNA ...
Jul 15, 2016
... I'm a 37 year old mom, diagnosed with Hashi's six months post partum at the age of 34. ... (1 replies)
... In Oct 2015, during my annual comprehensive physical, my GP thought my thyroid looked and felt enlarged and ordered an ultrasound and blood work. ... (5 replies)

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