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A thyroid nodule is not the same thing as a goiter. Thyroid nodules are growths or lumps in the thyroid gland. A thyroid goiter is an enlargement of the thyroid gland. A goiter can be due to generalized enlargement of the thyroid gland, or the presence of multiple nodules. A thyroid nodule is a growth within the thyroid gland.Do all thyroid nodules >4 cm need to be removed?
cancerous nodules ≥ 4 cm may be misclassified as benign (false negative) and this has led to recommendations that all nodules > 4 cm should be removed. The results of this study, however, show that thyroid nodule size ≥4 cm does not increase the risk of false negative biopsy results or the overall risk of cancer.How are thyroid nodules diagnosed?
Thyroid nodules usually are discovered by the health care professional during routine physical examination of the neck. Occasionally, a patient may notice a nodule as a small lump in their neck when looking in the mirror. Once a nodule is discovered, a physician will carefully evaluate the nodule.