Ultrasound Examination Report
Checkpoints: Cervical Lymph Node, Thyroid Gland
Figure1: Thyroid isthmus
Figure2: Thyroid isthmus
Figure3: Left lobe longitudinal section
Figure4: Right lobe across section
The Ultrasound Examination reveals the following.
Cervical Lymph Node: No grown lymph node is found on either side of the neck.
Thyroid Gland：The right lobe is with anteroposterior diameter about 16mm, axial diameter about 42mm and transverse diameter about 15mm; the left lobe is with anteroposterior diameter about 14mm, axial diameter about 37mm and transverse about 14mm; and the isthmus is with thickness about 2mm. The echo of the thyroid parenchymal is reduced and uneven, indicating nodules. The isthmus shows no echo nodules about 4x2x3mm in size, boundary clear, shape regular, and with no obvious blood flow signal inspected. CDFI: No abnormal blood flow signal is inspected in the glands.
Nonuniform changes in the thyroids. - Hashimoto goiter possible.
Nodules of thyroid isthmus. - Nodular goiter possible.