Consecutively operated patients - lesion 40 (videorecord)

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Clinical presentation: A 55-year-old woman has been known to have a multinodular goiter for six years. Total thyroidectomy was advised by another colleague. The patient requested a second opinion.

Palpation: a large multinodular goiter with a very firm nodule in the left lobe.

Laboratory test: TSH 4.94 mIU/L, aTPO 32 U/mL.

Lesion in question:

the nodule in the lower third of the right lobe.