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What does the FNAC report indicate?

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Hi Dr. XXXXXXX XXXXXXX Please find the attached FNAC report of my mother.
Posted Tue, 26 Nov 2013 in Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
Answered by Dr. Minal Mohit 19 hours later
Brief Answer: Benign colloid goitre. Detailed Answer: Dear Ma'm, Hi! FNAC report of your mother is suggestive of benign nodules. In that case, you need not worry and need no action for the nodules per se. Regards!
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So, In future it won't affect to anything right. Why this colloid goitre got formed.
Answered by Dr. Minal Mohit 28 hours later
Brief Answer: Colloid nodules is the histology of thyroid Detailed Answer: Dear Ma'm, Hi! true , these colloid goitres or nodules do not cause much of a problem. As to why they are formed, this will require revision of the entire histology and physiology do thyroid gland. For your understanding this is the natural process, thyroid has a structure of colloid follicles which at times get bigger to become nodules. if nodules are apparent from outside that becomes the goitre. Regards!
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