It's estimated that half the population have thyroid nodules, and a substantial percentage have an enlarged thyroid, known as a goiter. Here are key things to know about these common thyroid abnormalities.
An overview of diagnosis and treatment for thyroid nodules, lumps, and the enlarged thyroid known as goiter, including evaluating nodules for possible thyroid cancer.
Researchers have found what they call a rapid "cure" for the potentially dangerous condition known as toxic multinodular goiter, which can sometimes cause thyrotoxicosis. Find out about this potentially promising treatment, and how quickly it can work.
Researchers have found that benign thyroid nodules rarely grow, and annual ultrasounds are not necessary.
What happens to thyroid nodules during pregnancy? A great deal, according to new research that looks at this important issue for the first time.
Researchers have found that in iodine deficient people, smoking greatly increases the risk of developing an enlarged thyroid, known as a goiter.
Information from Dr. Barry M. Shmookler, a surgical pathologist and founder of FindCancerExperts.com, about second
opinions for thyroid nodules.
New findings report that thyroid nodules in pregnant women have a greater chance of being malignant than nodules in non-pregnant patients.