The traditional texture feature lacks the directional analysis of graphical element, so it could not better distinguish the thyroid nodule texture image formed by the rotation of graphical element. A non-quantifiable local feature is adopted in this paper to design a robust texture descriptor so as to enhance the robustness of the texture classification in the rotation and scale changes, which can improve the diagnostic accuracy of thyroid nodules in ultrasound images. First of all, the concept of local feature with rotational symmetry is introduced. It is found that many rotation invariant local features are rotational symmetric to a certain degree. Therefore, we propose a novel local feature to describe the rotation invariant properties of the texture. In order to deal with the change of rotation and scale of ultrasound thyroid nodules in image, Pairwise rotation-invariant spatial context feature is adopted to analyze the texture feature, which can combine with the scale information without increasing the dimension of the local feature. The fadopted local features have strong robustness to rotation and gray intensity variation. The experimental results show that our proposed method outperforms the existing algorithms on thyroid ultrasound data sets, which greatly improve the Diagnosis accuracy of thyroid nodules.