A 32-year-old male asked:
32 years old male. thyroid bilateral multiple nodule, the largest size is 1.5*1.78*0.839 cm. three times fna. result is no evidence of maligancy. comment: follicular cell, hurthle cell and colloid are seen. i worry about the hurthle cell. my surgeons only
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Dr. Donald Colantinoanswered
Internal Medicine 63 years experience
Thyroid nodules: Usually we worry about a solitary nodule in a male and it appears that you are in good hands and the biopsies are reassuring. For further reassurance we depend on a combination of an endocrinologist or thyroidologist and a surgeon skilled in thyroid surgery reviewing your findings and I would be quite comfortable with their advice and follow-up.
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