By Vladimir P. Kharchenko, Peter M. Kotlyarov, Mikhail S. Mogutov, Yury K. Alexandrov, Alexander N. Sencha, Yury N. Patrunov, Denis V. Belyaev
This booklet relies at the authors’ large functional event within the use of recent ultrasound, and different radiological tools, within the prognosis of thyroid illnesses. The authors have analyzed greater than 100,000 ultrasound examinations played among 1995 and 2008 in sufferers with thyroid and parathyroid disorder, in addition to many millions of diagnostic and healing ultrasound-guided minimally invasive procedures.
The beginning chapters contain dialogue of present ultrasound concepts, pitfalls, and the specifics of ultrasound exam of the thyroid in little ones. particular awareness is then dedicated to findings within the general thyroid and within the presence of diffuse and focal alterations. extra chapters concentrate on such issues as ultrasound exam after thyroid surgical procedure and ultrasound prognosis of parathyroid affliction, recurrent goiter, and neck lots. Ultrasound-guided minimally invasive strategies, similar to fine-needle aspiration biopsy, percutaneous laser ablation, and ethanol and glucocorticoid injections, are thought of extensive. This updated and richly illustrated ebook will curiosity and support experts in ultrasound diagnostics, radiologists, endocrinologists, and neck surgeons.
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Jugularis interna M. cricothyroideus Lobus pyramidalis Lobus dexter Vv. thyroideae inferiores Lobus sinister Glandula thyroidea Isthmus Nodi lymphatici praetracheales A. thyroideae superior A. carotis communis Glandula paraphyroidea superior V. jugularis interna A. P. 1007/978-3-642-12387-0_4, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010 47 48 4 Normal Thyroid The thyroid surrounds the larynx and trachea, which are situated in the central part of the neck dorsally from the isthmus and medially from the thyroid lobes.
The embryonic primordium of the gland descends between weeks 3 and 5 of gestation as a median diverticulum from the floor of the pharynx, which makes its appearance at the level of the second pair of pharyngeal pouches. It evaginates, migrating caudally to the level of the III–IV pairs of pharyngeal pouches, and retains its connection with the pharynx only by a narrow thyroglossal duct at the root of the tongue. It is contributed to by the primordia, which arise laterally from the fourth pharyngeal pouches.
Perinodular: the blood flow is mainly in the periphery of the nodule 2. Mixed: vascularization occurs in the periphery of and within the nodule 3. Avascular: there is no sonographically discernible blood flow. The thyroid nodules can also be divided into the following groups according to the blood flow intensity: 1. Hypervascular nodules show a peripheral rim and multiple arterial and venous vessels within (the sign of a “color crown”) 2. Nodules with a medium degree of vascularization have 5–6 color spots within the nodule 3.