- Q What is a multinodular goiter?
Goiter occurs when your thyroid gland enlarges. A multinodular goiter is a specific kind of goiter that consists of multiple lumps that can grow on more than one part of your thyroid. The lumps that form a multinodular goiter can either be filled with... Full Answer
- Q How is hyperparathyroidism diagnosed?
Joane Goodroe, NursingDr. James Norman of the Norman Parathyroid Clinic states: A blood calcium level that is too HIGH, and is associated with a HIGH parathyroid hormone level MUST be due to a tumor in the parathyroid gland. That is, the high blood calcium is a... Full Answer
- Q What is a normal parathyroid level?
Joane Goodroe, NursingFrom Dr. James Norman of the Norman Parathyroid Clinic: http://www.parathyroid.com/parathyroid-disease.htm Normal blood levels of parathyroid hormone vary according to the lab that measures the hormone, but most labs have a normal level between 15 and... Full Answer