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9mm Nodule Decreased Uptake Thyroid
Single hot 1 CM nodule on thyroid scan with normal thyroid blood panels & uptake. Chances of malignancy?
Not likely: "hot" nodules are rarely cancer and most often represent benign follicular adenomas. These are also known as "autonomous" nodules because they make thyroid hormone but don't respond to the body's normal signals telling them when to stop making the hormone. The vast majority of thyroid cancer nodules are "cold" on a thyroid scan. ...Read more
Borderline elevated thyroid uptake 31.5 percent, mild thyromegaly, no definite dominant hot or cold nodules. Should I be concerned? See an endocrinol
Thyroid: As an endocrinologist myself I strongly recommend a visit to a local endocrinologist. You will get a full exam and be told the necessary studies needed in a way you will fully understand. ...Read more
Hot nodules?: Hi. We need more information. I assume you're hyperthyroid and that's why the uptakes and scan were done. Scans can reveal "hot nodules" in an otherwise "cold" thyroid gland, indicative of autonomously hyper functioning nodule(s), or it can real "cold nodules" in an otherwise diffusely "hot" thyroid gland, indicative of a cold nodule in a Graves' gland. Were 6 and 24 hour uptakes normal or high? ...Read more
Off hypothyroid meds for uptake scan.Nodule on my thyroid and both are goitered.Still 20days til scan.Thyroid is getting bigger on nodule side.Advice?
I've done a thyroid u/s. Dr. Called and said they found 2 thyroid nodules. Now i'm going for a thyroid uptake scan. What will this test do or show?
Hot or cold: Thyroid nuclear scan usually with iodine 123 will show whether nodule is active (hot, increased uptake, or nonactive (cold, decreased uptake).More cold nodules are cancer.For patients presenting with thyroid nodules greater than 1 cm. In diameter (up to 20% will be malignant). They should be carefully evaluated, and managed. If greater than 1 cm. Should be closely followed or biopsied. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
TSH is constantly suppressed.FT3 borderline high. FT4 borderline low. Tested 5 times. Thyroid uptake scan = *low 5.3% wo nodules. Please help explain.
Thyroiditis: Why are you having your thyroid tested? what are your symptoms? start from the begining. Medicine is not about scans and numbers. TSH is suppressed by the elevated T3 (liothyronine) as feedback inhibition. I would expect normal to high uptake but it can be low in some cases of Hashimoto's thyroiditis. thyroid scan in Hashimoto's thyroiditis can mimic a wide range of thyroid disorders. Thyroid may be burning out. ...Read more
My thyroid uptake scan showed a cold nodule but TSH is normal. Will it need to be removed? It's taking long to see an endo and lab rec''s fna.
Depends: Next step would usually be a thyroid ultrasound and fna. If the, "nodule" is a simple cyst (colloid cyst) then it will likely be aspirated, if a solid nodule it would be biopsied. Most of the time a solid nodule will be negative for malignancy. If positive for malignancy, surgical removal would be the norm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to show signs of hyper thyroidism with a TSH level of 0.75? palipitations, constant hunger,.is this physcosamatic?Multi nodular thyroid
Not hyperthyroid: If you were hyperthyroid your free T4 would be high and TSH ...Read more
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