How do I request the ThyroidPrint test?

Undergoing the test is very easy. Contact us and we will take care of it.

Contact the Patient Care department of

the ThyroidPrint Test.

Step 1

I have been diagnosed with an indeterminate Bethesda III or IV nodule.

Step 2

Contact us via phone, email, or the form you will find on this website.

Step 3

We will contact you and answer all your questions.

Step 4

Once you have undergone the thyroid fine-needle aspiration and the sample arrives to our laboratory, we will deliver your result within 10 business days.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    We are here to help you. If you cannot find the answer, please contact us, and we will resolve all your questions.

    They are techniques that allow the analysis and/or detection of gene expression or genetic sequence abnormalities at the molecular level.

    It is a molecular technique that allows us to determine abnormal changes in the presence of different genes (gene expression) in our cells. It does so by amplifying these genes so we can  detect these abnormalities in the gene expression  in real-time.

    The report is delivered within a maximum of 10 business days once the sample arrives to the central laboratory of GeneproDX.

    The report with the result is sent via email.

    You are eligible for ThyroidPrint if your nodule measures between 1 cm and 5 cm, the biopsy result (FNA) indicates that the nodule is categorized as Bethesda III or IV. It is always a physician who should validate your case. Call us to get more information.

    It is a universal system for categorizing thyroid nodules.

    • Bethesda I: Insufficient material
    • Bethesda II: Benign nodule – 3% risk of cancer
    • Bethesda III and IV: Indeterminate thyroid nodules – 10-30% risk of cancer
    • Bethesda V: Suspicious of malignancy – 60 to 75% risk of cancer
    • Bethesda VI: 98% risk of cancer

    The ThyroidPrint test can resolve diagnostic uncertainty by predicting with 95% certainty whether your indeterminate Bethesda III or IV thyroid nodule is benign.


    The Molecular Test that prevents unnecessary surgeries