In my sonography and color doppler study, doctor found multiple isoechoic nodules in my thyroid, please advise?

I am male and 47 . in my sonography and color doppler study doctor find multiple isoechoic nodules in my thyroid . the largest at right 28*22*2 mm . and in left multiple iso and hypoechic nodules with largest 12*10 mm. other results is gland suggestive , no obvios vascular abnormality ,sparse peripheral vascular structure. and also in laboratory results all hormone (T4=104 ,T3-U=1.0,T3=1.8, T.S.H=4.2) are normal. in cytology report all nodule in right and left BENIGN FOLLICULAR NODULE WITH ADENOMATOID CHANGES, please advise?


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Ahmed Fawzy
2:52 pm

I recommend a brain CT scan as TSH should be lower with such high levels of t4, I recommend either Radioactive Iodine or partial removal of nodules
Good Luck

Ayman Darrag
3:28 pm

Hi .
It is nothing to worry about as these changes are benign ,and dont worry about the size as long as they are benign.
Regular follow up every 6 months is needed.

Dr.Honey Arora
9:22 am

Thanks for the query..

Well, as the nodules are benign you need not to worry but a regular monitoring is must to avoid any complications in future..
So regular checkup is a must..
As of now there is nothing to worry..


Dr.Honey Arora
9:36 am

Although the thyroid profile is normal but you still need monitoring as the TSH levels are slightly at the higher limits and further investigation is needed to check for any disturbances at Pitutary gland level..
So check with your endocrinologist..

Hope this helps..