How do the puncture of the thyroid gland

author: doctor Tyutyunnik DM

If to speak about puncture thyroid gland research, then it occurs in cases when a patient has a neoplasm whose diameter exceeds 1 cm. Thanks to a unique technique, a specialist endocrinologist can obtain the necessary information about the suspected disease and establish an accurate diagnosis.

With the help of puncture, information is revealed about the exact structure of the neoplasm, its distinctive features from natural tissues, and about the absence or presence of the malignant nature of the disease.

Thyroid gland puncture

author: doctor Saplonov KN

The method of puncturing the tissue of the thyroid gland and its subsequent investigation under a microscope has found a wide distribution in the diagnosis of diseases of the thyroid gland. The study of the obtained tissue of the gland allows to know not only the nature of the disease (benign or malignant tumor), but also to clarify the tissue belonging of the tumor.

Cyst of the right lobe of the thyroid gland

author: doctor Shaymerdenova DS

The thyroid gland belongs to the most important organs of internal secretion, it is located in the lower part of the neck, small in size and is divided into two parts - the right and the left.

Thyroid gland puncture

author: Shevcherko N.G.

This procedure becomes common and often causes a lot of questions and concerns. Let's try to understand what a puncture of the thyroid gland is and what to expect as a result.

Resection of the labia

author: gynecologist Bun AM

Resection of the labia or labioplasty is a surgical intervention aimed at changing the size and shape of the labia.

Consequences of ovarian resection

author: gynecologist Gurshtynovich VM

Resection ( from Latin resectio - cut ) of the ovary is an operation that consists in partial excision of the affected organ.

Vesicular resection of the ovaries

author: doctor Patwakanyan Nana

One of the most effective ways to treat the syndrome of polycystic ovaries (PCV) is the wedge resection of the ovaries. PKJ syndrome is a hereditary disease, during which the hormonal balance is broken, and the number of male hormones increases in the female body.

Rehabilitation after resection of the stomach

author: physician Koshen AK

In our dynamically developing modern world there are all the same problems of the past years, which for some reason are not solved, but, on the contrary, are even more aggravated. The technological area is well developed, i.e. it's all sorts of gadgets, robotics, and technology in general. This includes medical devices. More and more new methods of early diagnosis and the least traumatic invasive treatment are being developed and introduced, while prevention has remained the same.



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