Therapeutic measures presuppose the active participation of the patients themselves, who need to adhere to the correct daily routine, and follow a diet individually developed by experienced, highly qualified specialists of the Israeli clinic. Our doctors will select the most effective treatment plan, including medication methods, special exercises.
The thyroid gland can be negatively affected, as a result of which tumours form on it. These are benign formations of glandular cells or fluid. Tumours develop from the tissues of the thyroid gland as a result of iodine deficiency, which should be supplied to the body in sufficient quantities. Iodine is needed so that the thyroid gland can synthesize hormones. The lack of a trace element leads to the fact that the thyroid gland begins to work hard, which is accompanied by its growth, tissue change, vasodilation and the formation of a tumour. In addition to iodine deficiency, abnormal degeneration of the structure of the thyroid gland is affected by such factors:
- Inflammatory processes.
- Age and gender (women over 40 are mostly affected).
- Bad habits.
- Stress and lack of sleep.
The development of nodes on the thyroid gland has several stages. At the initial stage, pathology does not appear in any way. Then you can notice and feel the seal on the neck under the larynx, where the gland is located. Also, the disease is often accompanied by such disorders associated with improper energy exchange:
- Constant weakness.
- Mood swings.
- Difficulty swallowing.
- A lump in the throat.
- Weight jumps.
The danger of neoplasm also lies in the fact that it can degenerate into a malignant tumour. Therefore, with recurring symptoms, you should immediately see a doctor, especially since modern medicine has rational methods for eliminating the pathology and its consequences.
Diagnosis and treatment
In our clinic, Tel Aviv Medical Clinic, affordable and effective methods of examination are used, which is carried out on the latest equipment. Experienced specialists use laboratory and instrumental studies for accurate diagnosis, according to the results of which the patient will be selected the optimal treatment regimen, guided by its individual characteristics and the size of the cystic node. Laser or surgical ablation, as well as partial thyroid resection, may be used.