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Posted in: Thyroid Nodules.

normal but not normal

From: tcobb - 51 weeks 5 days ago

I have a multinodular goiter and now it is very large. It is substernal and so large that my endocrinologist cannot get it on one frame with a sonogeam. I have had all the blood test for hypo and hyperthyroidism. All are normal. I have had all the antiglobulin tests for autoimmune thyroid and those came back negative. I have had a thyroid biopsy but that came back benign. I have all of the symptoms of hypothyroidism; not one is absent. What could be causing this and will a thyroidectomy and subsequent levothyroxine management correct the problem?

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