Significant size of thyroid nodule / cyst found from citizen in Matsudo city

Following up this article..  40 of 47 given A2 in thyroid test of Matsudo city/City gov “Result not guarantee potential health in future” [URL]


In the latest part of the test implemented this November and December, a Matsudo city citizen was given “B”.

B is given when they find nodule larger than 5.1mm or cysts larger than 20.1mm.

In these 2 months, 39 citizens had the test. 24 people were given “A2”, which means now more than half of the testees have thyroid problem.

However these 24 people were advised that they don’t need the follow-up inspection.

The citizen who was given “B” diagnosis wasn’t introduced to a special hospital either.


2 Significant size of thyroid nodule : cyst found from citizen in Matsudo city




Français :

Un nodule/kyste thyroïdien de taille importante trouvé sur un habitant de Matsudo

Article lié : A Matsudo 40 thyroïdes en A2 sur 47 examinés/La mairie : “Ces résultats ne garantissent pas votre futur était de santé”


Un habitant de Matsudo a reçu un “B” au cours de la dernière phase des examens effectués en novembre et décembre derniers.
B est attribué lorsqu’on trouve un nodule dépassant 5,1 mm ou un kyste dépassant 20,1 mm.

Durant ces deux mois, 39 habitants ont subi un examen. 24 personnes ont été& classées en “A2” ce qui signifie que, à présent, plus de la moitié des examinés ont des problèmes thyroïdiens.

Néanmoins, ces 24 personnes ont été avisées qu’elles n’avaient pas besoin de recevoir de suivi.
La personne classée “B” n’a pas non plus reçu de soins hospitaliers particuliers.

2 Significant size of thyroid nodule : cyst found from citizen in Matsudo city

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