After meeting with the ENT and telling him I refuse to "just watch" the septated cyst on my thyroid for 6 months, he agreed to a nuclear thyroid uptake scan. Two weeks after the test I got a phone call from the ENT's office saying they wanted to do a fine needle aspiration, but not to worry. They didn't tell me the results of the test, so I asked my sister-in-law who works in that office to make me a copy of the report. Here is what it says: "The patient received 412 MBq 99mTc Pertechnetate with imaging in multiple positions. The exam is compared to an ultrasound taken recently. There is an area of photopenia in the left lobe of the thyroid corresponding to a septated low attenuation cystic structure identified on ultrasound. There is uniform uptake of the radiopharmaceutical around the septated cystic lesion and in the right lobe of the thyroid. The thyroid lobes are symmetric. The 24 hour uptake is 28.9% Does anyone know what all of this means and should I be worried???? Thank you for any and all input!