What is a thyroid ultrasound?
Thyroid ultrasound provides images of the thyroid gland to detect possible abnormalities. It assesses the characteristics of nodules or cysts located on the thyroid gland if a nodule, goiter or abnormal thyroid hormones are detected. An analysis of their size and tissue structure is possible thanks to this examination. Thyroid ultrasound is used to:
- distinguish cysts and nodules;
- detect the existence of a goiter;
- observe a possible calcification.
No preparation is required before a thyroid ultrasound. However, it is recommended to avoid the use of creams or perfumes before the examination.
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Make sure you have your doctor’s prescription on hand before you request a callback for an ultrasound appointment.