Consecutively operated patients - lesion 14 (videorecord)

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Clinical presentation. A 41-year-old man was referred after discovery of a thyroid nodule and associated bilateral cervical lymphadenopathy, which had been preceded by a series of pharyngeal infections.

Palpation: neither a thyroid nodule nor an enlarged cervical lymph node was palpable.

Laboratory test: TSH 1.97 mIU/L.

Lesion in question:

the nodule in the right lobe.