I was on kidney dialysis for two years before, and I had a kidney transplant this year. After the transplant, I found a thyroid nodule, 4×7×8mm.
The reserved information is not accurate enough and only provides the size of the thyroid nodule. This nodule is small in size and if it is benign in nature, no further treatment is needed and regular review of the ultrasound is sufficient to prevent cancer.It also will not affect the function of the transplanted kidney
According to your description of the symptoms, thyroid nodules are considered to have appeared after kidney transplantation. If the thyroid nodules are benign and the function of the thyroid gland is not affected in any way, conservative treatment is recommended and the thyroid gland can be reviewed regularly by means of ultrasound or CT.
You were on kidney dialysis for two years before and had a kidney transplant this year. The post-transplant examination revealed a thyroid nodule with a size of 4×7×8 mm. If there is no calcification and no blood flow signal in this case, it is a benign nodule, which does not need treatment and can be reviewed regularly.