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that could mean the FNA biopsy sample didn't get enough cells to make a conclusion about the nodule on the biopsy
often times, FNA biopsies can not take out enough cells to make a diagnosis
do you have the full FNA pathology report there in your hands?
is that all it says?
that means the biopsy was benign and there was no cancer.
I don't know why you can't see that part of the results.
it sounds like your biopsy was confirmatory that it was benign.
it is super super super super super super rare for benign nodules to turn cancerous.
you don't have to worry about this
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