Items tagged “thyroid”

77 results found
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Incidental "hot" thyroid nodule

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 02 Feb 2015
97% complete
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Thyroid goiter

 Diagnosis certain
Dr James Sheldon
Published 18 Feb 2015
80% complete
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Assessment of thyroid lesions (ultrasound)

Ultrasound along with nuclear medicine, is an important modality for assessment of thyroid lesions, and it is also frequently used to guide biopsy. Diagnostic criteria for thyroid nodules continue to evolve with improving ultrasound technology. Radiographic features Ultrasound Calcification ...
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Postoperative assessment after thyroid cancer surgery

Postoperative assessment after thyroid cancer surgery is performed in the surgical bed and regional lymph nodes, looking for possible recurrence of disease. Radiographic features Ultrasound usually performed in first 6-12 months, and then as needed by the patient's risk factors 1 suspicious ...
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Ultrasound-guided FNA of the thyroid

Ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration (FNA) of the thyroid refers to a minimally invasive procedure where in which tissue samples are collected from a thyroid nodule or other suspicious thyroid lesion. It is usually done on a outpatient basis and generally complications are very minimal. Pro...
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Hashimoto thyroiditis: pseudonodular appearance

Power Doppler mode
 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ersen Alp Özbalcı
Published 08 Feb 2016
75% complete
Ultrasound
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Graves disease - goiter and thyroid eye disease

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 25 Feb 2016
95% complete
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ATA guidelines for assessment of thyroid nodules

The American Thyroid Association (ATA) guidelines for assessment of thyroid nodules are meant to improve inter- and intra-reader consistency during assessment of thyroid nodules on ultrasound, and to facilitate communication with referring endocrinologists. The 2015 guidelines stress the import...
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McGill Thyroid Nodule Score (MTNS)

The McGill Thyroid Nodule Score (MTNS) is a scoring system developed to estimate the risk of malignancy of thyroid nodules.1 Scoring system The MTNS is based on 22 parameters: eight clinical or laboratory parameters gender (male): 1 point age (>45 years old): 1 point palpable nodule (prese...
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Ultrasound "U" classification of thyroid nodules

The ultrasound "U" classification of thyroid nodules has been developed by the British Thyroid Association (BTA) as part of their 2014 guidelines on the management of thyroid cancer 1. It allows for stratifying thyroid nodules as benign, suspicious or malignant based on ultrasound appearances t...
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ACR Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System (ACR TI-RADS)

ACR TI-RADS is a reporting system for thyroid nodules on ultrasound proposed by the American College of Radiology (ACR) 1. This uses a standardized scoring system for reports providing users with recommendations for when to use fine needle aspiration (FNA) or ultrasound follow-up of suspicious ...
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Parathyroid gland: illustration

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 16 May 2017
22% complete
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Infected 4th branchial cleft cyst

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El-Feky
Published 11 Aug 2017
68% complete
CT
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Infected 4th branchial cleft cyst

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El-Feky
Published 19 Sep 2017
68% complete
CT
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Thyroseq

Thyroseq® is an expanded gene classifier test designed for further evaluation of indeterminate thyroid nodules on fine needle aspiration (FNA). In particular, it is designed to further evaluate nodules that show atypia of undetermined significance / follicular lesion of undetermined significance...
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Thyroid-associated orbitopathy

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El-Feky
Published 08 Dec 2017
77% complete
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Hypothyroidism

The clinical syndrome of hypothyroidism is marked by inadequate thyroid hormone production, resulting in a decreased rate of cellular metabolism. It may be primary, in which the dysfunction pertains to the thyroid gland itself, or secondary, due to hypothalamic or pituitary dysfunction 1. Epide...

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