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Early stages of Parkinson's disease. Found painless lump on Adam's apple. Any suggestion?

I am a 63 year old male in excellent health but in very early stages of Parkinson s disease. Beginning last week I had the occasional sensation of something caught in my throat , especially when swallowing . Last night I found a lump on the side of my adam s apple. It is hard and painless, about 1 cm in diameter, and moves when I swallow. I of course intend to have my doctor check to see what it is, but I would like to know what the possibilities are.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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thank you.
there are some possibilities of a single nodule at the neck. it may be solitary thyroid nodule or an enlarged lymph node.
proper examination is needed for differentiation.
FNAC may be needed.
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