Can thyroid nodules found in physical examination become thyroid cancer?

The detection rate of thyroid nodules has increased day by day in recent years, becoming one of the most popular diseases in endocrinology consultation and treatment. If the diagnosis of [thyroid nodule] is also impressively written on your physical examination report, it is recommended to read this article carefully. For more thyroid problems, please pay attention to WeChat public number [jiakangyisheng)]. How to find thyroid nodules? Thyroid nodules refer to one or more structural abnormalities in the thyroid gland. Most patients with thyroid nodules have no clinical symptoms, which are often discovered by themselves or touched by doctors during physical examination, and are more often discovered by chance during ultrasound or other auxiliary examinations. Are there many people with thyroid Read More …

Ask your doctor to answer your questions about thyroid nodule diet.

The body appears strange, the first concern is how to treat? Then, when I got home, my biggest doubt was how to eat. Let’s take a look at the wonderful question and answer on thyroid nodules. Are there any questions you want to ask? Lu Zi What foods can thyroid nodules not eat? Doctor:Iodine deficiency or high iodine in the body can cause thyroid nodules. As far as our country is concerned, iodine deficiency is mostly found in poor mountainous areas, and patients in many places do not lack iodine or even have high iodine. Therefore, it is recommended that people with thyroid nodules should not eat too many seafood, especially high iodine foods such as kelp and laver. If Read More …

What health problems should we pay attention to when thyroid nodules are found in physical examination?

I believe that many people with thyroid nodules found in physical examination will be informed by doctors: [It’s okay, just have a regular physical examination]. After reading it, you will find that most of the situations are really good [just sit and watch it change] [the enemy will not move and I will not move]. However, Sun Tzu’s Art of War said well that only when one knows one’s enemy and oneself can one fight without danger. What are the signs if this [nodule] changes in advance? 1. The presence or absence of hypermetabolic syndrome If hyperthyroidism occurs, hyperthyroidism will enhance sympathetic nerve excitability and accelerate metabolism. Some of the manifestations you can perceive are: eating too much, easy to Read More …

Is the puncture biopsy for thyroid cancer a what examination?

During the physical examination not long ago, Miss Wu, 22, was found to have thyroid nodules, The doctor advised her to have a thyroid biopsy to determine whether the nodule is benign or malignant. To this end, Miss Wu consulted the relevant information on the Internet. Some people opposed thyroid puncture, because if the nodule is malignant, puncture may cause cancer cell metastasis, while others said puncture is traumatic and has complications like surgery… Do you want to do thyroid biopsy or not? Miss Wu is very tangled. Magic weapon to avoid misdiagnosis and mistreatment By touching the thyroid gland or guided by ultrasound, Doctors use syringes or puncture guns covered with puncture needles to absorb components of thyroid lesions Read More …

The Story of Iodine and Thyroid

Iodine is thyroid’s closest friend. Before getting to know thyroid gland, iodine wandered in the environment, from air to water, from soil to plants to animals. Especially in the sea, seawater has the highest iodine content. The iodine in the environment can enter the human body through food, drinking water and air. After encountering the thyroid gland, the thyroid gland will firmly grasp the iodine and become the closest friend to synthesize thyroid hormone together. However, this pair of good friends will also make a little awkward. Iodine deficiency, thyroid swelling If there is not enough iodine in the body, the thyroid gland cannot find enough iodine to synthesize thyroid hormones together. Adhering to the principle that “many people have Read More …

Can thyroid gland be operated without scar?

Recently, the unit physical examination, 28-year-old cousin worried. Her thyroid color Doppler ultrasound showed that two nodules appeared in her thyroid gland. Unfortunately, the two nodules had obvious malignant signs. Subsequently, she underwent thyroid puncture examination, which proved to be papillary thyroid cancer. Fortunately, there was no metastasis. The doctor suggested the operation, but she was worried about the operation and was sad… Traditional surgery or endoscopic surgery is selected according to the disease condition. I hurried to my cousin’s house to see her. She was very worried about the scar left by the operation on her neck and the damage to her body. She said: “The doctor told me that laparoscopic thyroid surgery can be performed with good results Read More …

How to Nurse the Wound after Thyroid Surgery

The nursing of the wound after the operation is very important. Correct nursing can promote the wound to heal as soon as possible. Keep the wound dry The most important principle of wound care is [keeping dry]. Covering the wound with dressings, regularly replacing dressings soaked by blood, and telling patients not to touch water are all to keep the wound dry. Because the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms requires water, keeping the wound dry can effectively prevent infection. Closely observe for bleeding The wound of thyroid surgery is in the neck. Once hemorrhage forms hematoma, it is easy to compress trachea, causing asphyxia and death. Therefore, the presence or absence of hemorrhage should be closely observed after operation. Read More …

If I am destined to suffer from a chronic disease, I would rather suffer from thyroid disease!

Hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism and thyroid nodules are all common endocrine diseases, and these diseases tend to favor women. Women’s psychological endurance and self-regulation ability are weak, and they are more likely to be nervous and depressed after suffering from these diseases. Sometimes, even if the disease has been brought under control, the patient will still think foolishly. If he encounters menopause or family conflicts and other problems again at this time, it may make the situation worse and seriously interfere with normal life and work. In the past, we have talked a lot about the treatment of thyroid diseases, but we have not done enough in how to appease patients and educate them to treat diseases correctly. Doctors should not only Read More …

Thyroid patients do 8 things well, making travel convenient and reassuring.

As long as the following 8 things are done well, thyroid patients can also enjoy the joy of the holiday. STEP 1 Bring adequate medication It is really annoying to take medicine every day. But it is precisely because of the effect of the medicine that the disease condition can be controlled smoothly. If the medicine is not good, the symptoms of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism will come back again. Either because of fatigue, fear of hot sweat, can’t tolerate long distances, enjoy the scenery in the distance; Either because they are listless and have no appetite, they cannot enjoy delicious food with unique flavor. It is also possible that because of his impatience, he has a big fight with his Read More …

I don’t know how much iodine is appropriate to eat every day. Don’t you want to cause thyroid problems because of eating the wrong iodine?

Iodine and thyroid gland are close friends. Iodine is an essential raw material for synthesizing thyroid hormone. When friends get along with each other, they need to grasp the discretion. One point more or one point less is easy to cause conflicts. Iodine deficiency: It will not only lead to hypothyroidism, goiter and mental retardation in children, but also induce thyroid nodules and thyroid follicular cancer. Iodine excess: not only will lead to hyperthyroidism, but also Hashimoto thyroiditis and papillary thyroid cancer. How much iodine is appropriate to eat every day? In order to promote the thyroid health of all mankind, WHO recommends that different groups should eat iodine like this: Children aged 0 ~ 5 years old ingest 90 Read More …