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A 45-year-old woman comes into your office with complaints of a "lump" she found on her neck while showering. She denies any other symptoms and states that she has not gained any weight. On exam, you notice a 2 cm nodule on her anterior neck. Her TSH level is normal, and radionucleotide scan reveals a cold nodule. Fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) reveals follicular architecture suspicious for malignancy. What is the next best step?
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