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Give me info about Thyroid Nodules pls!

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#1 sydney75

Posted 19 December 2012 - 10:29 PM

My Ct scan shows different size thyroid nodule compared to ultrasound that i did today.
I did a ct scan last week and show 2 x 1.6cm thyroid nodule and today on ultrasound shows 3cm and 2cm?
Did the nodules grow? or is there a mistake?

Ultrasound states-
There is a septated cystic nodule in the upper pole of the right thryroid lobe and immediately adjacent and inferior to this there is a complex appearing heterogenous vascular solid nodule 29 x 19x 14mm. It is not certain if the nodules are separate or one. Please correlate with thyroid function test. Ultrasound guided FNA is recommeded.

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