I am a 41 year old male. My recent ultrasound of thyroid revealed multiple bilateral ganglion formation in area IV. The most prominent was 11 x 8 mm diameter in lower right cervical area. It was mentioned homogeneous thyroid. My doctor suggests clinical follow up due to the number of ganglions in area IV and because they were spotted last year in another ultrasound. I am attaching the ultrasound scan images. What are your main hypothesis for diagnosis from the images and prognosis? Also, what follow up should I do? Thanks in advance.
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