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I have two vague hypoechoic solid appearing nodules(1- 6*7*4 mm) & (11*9*8 mm) within the right lobe (11mm)in ultrasound test. Six months follow up ultrasound is recommended. Any risk, please advise.

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: Cysts

Where were these located.
Could be liver, thyroid, other. Need more info.

In brief: Cysts

Where were these located.
Could be liver, thyroid, other. Need more info.
Dr. Martin Raff
Dr. Martin Raff
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Dr. Martin Raff
Benign thyroid nodules appear hyperechoic on sonogram, while cancerous nodules are more likely to be hypoechoic. However, the chance of any nodule being cancerous remains low, because benign nodules are much more common. If a thyroid nodule requires further evaluation, the next step is generally to perform a fine needle aspirate of the suspected lesion.
Dr. Jesse Mills
Urology

In brief: Of what?

Right lobe of liver? Prostate? Kidney? Either way, those are small lesions and i'm sure your doc is following with ct scan, not ultrasound.

In brief: Of what?

Right lobe of liver? Prostate? Kidney? Either way, those are small lesions and i'm sure your doc is following with ct scan, not ultrasound.
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Dr. Jesse Mills
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