Aim: The aim of the present study was to evaluate Parenchymal Thyroid Diseases with multipara metric Ultrasonography.
Methods: This study was conducted in the Department of Radio-diagnosis for 12 months after taking the approval of the protocol review committee and institutional ethics committee.
Results: Out of 200, 65% were male and 35% female most of the patients between 30-40 years 45% and followed by 40-50 years was 30%. The Distribution of patients was based on diseases and each group had 40 patients. When RI values were evaluated, HM (0.49±0.05) and H (0.49±0.05) groups had statistically lower values than N (0.56±0.05) and M (0.58±0.06) groups. SWV values of EH (1.19±0.18) group were statistically lower than M (1.72±0.33) and HM (1.64±0.42) groups and values of the M group (1.72±0.33) were significantly higher than H group (1.45±0.38). In thyroid diseases, the presence of H decreased SWV, while the presence of M increased SWV.
Conclusion: The present study concluded that the resistivity index, acceleration time and shear wave velocity together are reliable for differential diagnosis of parenchymal thyroid diseases.