Wht is cause of increase in colloid goiter nodule frm 29 * 20 to 35 * 22 n isthmus frm 15 to 42 mm? Treatment? Tsh T3 (liothyronine) T4 normal

Goiter. It may that colloid has increased. If tft's are normal there is no indication for the use of synthroid (thyroxine). However given the size you should have a biopsy. If it is cystic this may in fact decrease it in size as well.

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