What are some symptoms of thyroid dysfunction?
what does the thyroid gland do?
Can my thyroid be off if my blood tests are normal?
How do you get rid of a cyst?
what are the differences between reactive dyes & sulfur dyes?
What are the systems of the thyroid?
What is involved with hypoechoic nodule thyroid treatment?
I have a thyroid cyst not a nodule.
A thyroid nodule is any type of abnormal growth in the thyroid gland. Thyroid nodules can be either cancerous or benign. Thyroid cysts are a type of nodule that are filled with fluid instead of tissue.
A cyst is typically filled with fluid and a nodule is a small, solid mass. Cysts tend to be benigh, while a nodule requires further diagnosis.
A nodule means that you are just swollen in that area. A thyroid cyst means that there is a sac of fluid there full of infection that could rupture at any time and needs to be removed.
They are both the same thing. A thyroid cyst or nodule is a swelling that contains fluid which could be a factor of many things such as a benign or a maligmant tumor.
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