This continuously growing part of the site contains now 12 lectures with 202 comparative tables discussing the most important differential diagnostic problems of thyroid ultrasound and cytology, e.g. the interpretation of discrete hypoechogenic lesions in Hashimoto's thyroiditis or the possible resolution of the concern of follicular proliferation.
As an example the differenctial diagnostic of discrete hyperechogenic lesions occurring in Hashimoto's thyroiditis is shown in 8 tables, here. Within the tables, you can move forward or backward with the corresponding arrows.
You can return to this page by clicking on QUICK TOUR located in the upper rows of each tables.