If you, or if someone you love has been diagnosed with thyroid nodules, then you probably have quite a few questions. What are thyroid nodules? What causes these nodules to develop? What are the symptoms of thyroid nodules, and how are they diagnosed?
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an autoimmune disorder, so the main risk factor for developing this disease is having a pre-existing autoimmune disorder. Learn what you should do if you are at risk for developing Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
Thyroid Nodules - What Are They And What Causes Them?
A slideshow that covers thyroid goiter—an enlargement of the thyroid gland. Some goiters can become so large that you can easily see them when you turn to the side. And who gets goiters, and how do you treat them?
A thyroid nodule is a lump that can develop in your thyroid gland. You can have a single nodule or a cluster of nodules. Thyroid nodules are relatively common and rarely cancerous. Your thyroid is a small.