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U/s w fna: follicular lesion of undetermined significance. A signifiicant proportion of microfollicules admixed w colloid & scattered normal follicles?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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In brief: Follow up

This is most likely a colloid adenoma or adenomatous nodule, probably benign.
Without odd nuclei or overlap, the chances of cancer are less, and your diagnosis has already ruled out a highly aggressive cancer. You may get a repeat fna, ultrasound, molecular testing. If watching it is your physician's recommendation, be sure to report any further enlargement.

In brief: Follow up

This is most likely a colloid adenoma or adenomatous nodule, probably benign.
Without odd nuclei or overlap, the chances of cancer are less, and your diagnosis has already ruled out a highly aggressive cancer. You may get a repeat fna, ultrasound, molecular testing. If watching it is your physician's recommendation, be sure to report any further enlargement.
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