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i had a 6m repeat thyroid u/s due to a nodule. first was 5.3mmx4.9x3.3 now it's 6.5mm x5.5x3.3. hypoechoic in ll pole. worrisome? can it be biopsied?

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Dr. Peter Nefcy
38 years experience Radiology
Maybe: Your Doctor has to decide if "hypoechoic" means a cyst or something else. A cyst is not worrisome. If your Doctor decides on a biopsy, that can be done with a nodule of this size.
Answered on Dec 16, 2017
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