what does tare in your thyroid mean?
My husband's dr. says he has a tare in his thyroid....not a tear from your eys watering, but a tare (rip) in the thyroid....I looked it up on the medical side on the internet but they think i'm saying tear like watering in the eyes....I know tare is not spelled right, but am trying to explain....is it a serious condition? what possibly could cause this? the dr. has not said one way or the other and we have hick doctors here ( sometimes)
- ConnorLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Do you mean a tear? or are you talking about TARE? (Acronyms need to be upper case so people know you are talking about an acronym)
Doctor-patient relationships are a two way street. You are just as responsible for asking questions as a doctor is for giving you information. These questions need to be addressed to your husband's doctor. Different injuries cause different problems and are caused by different things in different people.
Any tear in an organ is going to be the result of a blunt trauma.
-ConnorSource(s): Pre Med
- ?Lv 45 years ago
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