There is a lump on the left front of my father's neck, which is hard. It has been for decades and has become a little bigger in the last two years, oppressing my throat. Recently, I found another lump at the lower right of the neck, which will hurt. Prepare to go to the hospital in two years. I'd like to ask what disease this high probability is, how to deal with it and the cost. thank you
This lump is generally considered to be thyroid. First go to thyroid surgery and ask the doctor to palpate it for you. Then the doctor will ask you to do a color Doppler ultrasound examination. If it is necessary to perform surgery, generally speaking, if it affects a certain swallowing function, surgery is still necessary
There are two lumps in the neck of the old man. If the lump has become larger in the past two days, it has produced a local sense of compression. This situation cannot be ruled out temporarily. It may be a lymph node tumor, but it may also be a local cyst. It is suggested to seek medical attention as soon as possible and take ultrasonic examination, blood routine test and other examinations for diagnosis.
This may be a thyroid gland or an enlarged lymph node. You have to go to the hospital for examination. After a clear diagnosis, you can know what the problem is, how to treat the cost, and make a preliminary judgment. Generally speaking, you have to go through surgery