In our office, we utilize ultrasound technology on a daily basis for the visualization of the thyroid gland, detection of thyroid cancer, and to diagnose parathyroid adenomas. The accuracy of the current 2D measurement is limited – particularly for lesions [More]
BlueThyroid SM is the art of predicting malignancy with the latest thyroid ultrasound technology.
RedThyroid SM is the art of detecting thyroid cancer with ultrasound.
Wilmington Endocrinology strives to provide our patients with the most up-to-date ultrasound technology. One of these technologies is 3DThyroid℠. Please read the following brochures to learn more about 3DThyroid℠ and it’s value in our office.
This presentation takes a look at our latest publication, the details of our study and why the results are important. ”Association of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis with Thyroid Cancer” was published in Endocrine-Related Cancer, a journal of the European Endocrine Society. You [More]
Detecting Tomorrow’s Cancer Today 4DTHYROID® is a diagnostic service that can lead to early detection of malignant thyroid lesions. The incidence of thyroid malignancy is increasing. The most common benefit derived from the use of 3-dimensional (3D) and 4-dimensional (4D) [More]
1. Ability to review volume data of thyroid lesions after the patient has left the examination room, this allows for further analyzes without requiring additional patient participation. 2. The possibility of rotating the volume dataset so that the anatomic structures [More]
These are few differences and advantages when using 3DTHYROID® versus 2D Ultrasound (US) technology: 1. The 3D US technology has coronal view in addition to transverse and longitudinal view. The 2D US technology does not have coronal view. 2. With [More]
What is Ultrasound? Ultrasound is an imaging method used to visualize soft tissue structures within the body, which includes muscles, glands, vessels, organs, etc. The most well known use for ultrasound is during pregnancy to visualize the unborn fetus. Ultrasound [More]
In our office, we utilize ultrasound technology on a daily basis for the visualization of the thyroid gland and detection of thyroid cancer. In addition, we use ultrasound to diagnose parathyroid adenomas. We have utilized this 3D technology, referred to [More]