I had an ultrasound done after my family doctor thought my thyroid look enlarged. The doctor that read my ultrasound said that my sonogram was normal. I listed the report below. It seems they feel I have an enlarged thyroid with out a nodule, but what does that mean?
Indication: Enlarged thyroid
Thyroid ultrasound performed without comparison study. The thyroid is normal in size and echogenicity. The right thyroid lobe measures 6.5 x 1.1 x 2.1 cm. The left thyroid lobe measures 6.2 x 0.9 x 1.6 cm. The thyroid isthmus appears normal measuring 2.6 mm in thickness. No thyroid nodule or mass is identified. Impression: Normal sonographic appearance of the thyroid gland. No evidence for nodule or mass.
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