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Benign follicular thyroid nodule

The term “benign follicular thyroid nodule” is used to describe a non-cancerous growth in the thyroid gland. It is called a nodule because it has a round shape and stands out from the surrounding glandular tissue. The nodule is made up of follicular cells that are normally found in the thyroid gland. About this article …
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Suspicious for follicular neoplasm

What does “suspicious for follicular neoplasm” mean? Suspicious for follicular neoplasm is a term pathologists use to describe an abnormal growth in the thyroid gland. It is a preliminary diagnosis that includes both non-cancerous and cancerous conditions. These conditions include: Adenomatoid nodule – Adenomatoid nodule is a non-cancerous type of growth in the thyroid gland. …
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