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... in his thyroid cancer chapter. It just seems silly to wait for cancer when my thyroid is in the process of dying anyway and that's aside from all the discomfort due to its size... ... (6 replies)
... Awesome thanks! I like pub med! In general, you need to take all thyroid cancer studies with a grain of salt, as my endo says the populations tend to be kind of small (probably because thyroid cancer is rare, although getting less so). (6 replies)
... of calcification in thyroids become cancer? ... (6 replies)

... ently discovered nodules on a CT scan report after tearing my carotid artery last July. I am military and had my PCP send me for an ultrasound because he felt my thyroid was enlarged. My endocrinologist recently viewed my ultrasound and at first said there was no reason for an FNA after viewing the right side. ... (4 replies)
... ge nodule on the left lobe with coarse calcification, hyperechoic with hypervascularity. My TSH levels were within the normal range. I didn't have any tests for thyroid antibodies. ... (1 replies)
... mm is a small nodule. Unless they produce thyroid hormones, they don't otherwise cause symptoms. Meaning thyroid disease tends to cause nodules but not the other way around. ... (2 replies)
... What other indicators? or will I know that once they do the FNA? (6 replies)
... Calcification is a good indicator of a tumor instead of healthy tissue, but without any other indicators it is not a good indicator of thyroid cancer. ... (6 replies)
... then you take it one step at a time from there. In other parts of the body, other tumors, a "calcification" is a red flag for cancer, it's not as definitive for thyroid nodules, because most are benign. ... (6 replies)
... alcification is usually a red flag, but if there is anything I've learned as I go down my own nodule road it's that a characteristic that is highly suggestive of cancer in one study has absolutely no malignancy correlation in another. ... (4 replies)
... Fluid filled is actually less likely to be cancer than solid. ... (4 replies)
... ne that was fluid filled was actually a part of a big one and not a separate nodule as I was told. Oh, and I guess I have lots of little nodules on my left side thyroid too. ... (4 replies)
Thyroid Nodule
Mar 22, 2011
... it's usually the elderly, who have had that cancer in them a loooong time, never knew it, and it mutated into that rare deadly one. ... (1 replies)
Thyroid Nodule
Mar 22, 2011
... and they were isoechoic with no lymph involvement but he was concerned because they had irregular vascularization and some evidence of calcification in one of them. So he did an FNA which was heavily blood stained which he also said isnt always a great sign. ... (1 replies)
... I had the rare case of thyroid cancer. It's a relatively easy to treat cancer, and it's usually curable. ... (6 replies)
... I am posting the images of my thyroid nodules. According to the US report, I have two solid nodules and both are hypoechoic. There is also one small cyst which has calcification. ... (4 replies)
... r the past week... I'll have to think about it. It was on one of the medical sites on the net. My Endo also commented that it was an area to watch as that is how cancer sometimes starts. ... (6 replies)
... line" enlarged thyroid and I was told it should be rechecked in a year. My Doctor never ordered it but my new Endo. ... (6 replies)
... My Mother had thyroid cancer so when my nodules appeared everyone wanted my thyroid out immediately. I also said wait a minute. So far so good I still have my thyroid. ... (16 replies)
... In most cancers, such as breast, if they see calcification of a nodule of tumor it is a sign of cancer. ... (16 replies)

Associated Tags: benign ii, biopsy, calcifications, cancer, thyroid nodule, ultrasound

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