By Jean Noël Bruneton MD, Tito Livraghi MD (auth.), Professor Jean Noël Bruneton MD (eds.)
Throughout the area, sonography is usually the 1st and infrequently the one imaging modality for use after scientific exam. this can be rather precise for the cervical sector. This e-book experiences the sonographic positive aspects of the cervical constructions, together with the thyroid, parathyroids, salivary glands, lymph nodes, larynx and hypopharynx, and blood vessels. unique morphological descriptions of various pathological procedures are supplied, by way of thorough dialogue of differential diagnostic difficulties. The function of all the new technical modalities, together with high-definition grey scale, superior colour Doppler, and ultrasound distinction brokers, is absolutely thought of. The remaining bankruptcy is dedicated to using cervical sonography in pediatrics.
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This carcinoma has three main features: rhyroid Gland Fig. 22. 6-cm nodule is the largest in this patient with diffuse multinodular disease of the thyroid. If FNA is envisaged, this dominant nodule should be aspirated (a) it has a propensity for lymphatic spread, (b) its growth rate is slow, and (c) it is often multifocal. It rarely metastasizes (to the lung) and is often curable; the prognosis is often excellent. WITTERICK et al. 6%. Most occult papillary carcinomas remain small and circumscribed, without a tendency to increase in size.
6 em on the left; E esophagus). 7 em on the left) c of uptake (usually accompanied by hyperthyroidism). , propylthiouracil, methimazole) interfere with thyroid metabolism of iodine and reduce the gland's uptake capacity (ALBERT et al. 1987). - An elevated TSH level may produce a biphasic uptake curve. Results with Iodine-I23. , subacute thyroiditis, thyrotoxicosis factitia (COHEN et al. 1989), hyperthyroidism due to excess iodine (particularly after amiodarone administration) (ALBERT et al.
US depicts thyroid enlargement by US (DIEZ et al. 1998). Owing to the difficulties in differential diagnosis and hypoechogenicity in 86% of cases (VITTI et al. from focal subacute thyroiditis (because of the asso- 1995). The echotexture is homogeneous and discretely ciated pain), a hemorrhagic cyst, carcinoma, or lym- heterogeneous (BOGAZZI et al. 1999); small vascular structures are visible within the thyroid tissue as phoma, FNA is required for definitive diagnosis. Silent or painless thyroiditis and postpartum thy- small tubular structures (Fig.
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