My FNA results are the following:
Examination of the fine needle aspiration slides shows a relatively cellular specimen composed mostly by follicular cells, a few Hurthle cells, and thick colloid in the background. These changes are suggestive of thyroid nodule (nodular goiter).
Right thyroid nodule, FNA: Benign thyroid nodule (nodular goter)
I have read conflicting things about the prescence of Hurthle cells. I see the word "few" but was wondering what others have been told and had done when they have the prescence of Hurthle cells.
Any other comments on the results would be appreciated as well