January 6, 2022 Type 1 Webinar on extrathyroidal spread, halo and vascularity

Case 1646


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Clinical data

Clinical presentation: A 45-year-old woman requested a second opinion. She was evaluated in another hospital where hypothyroidism was diagnosed on clinical complaints. Ultrasonography described a "suspicious nodule" in the upper pole of the left thyroid from which cytology resulted in suspicion of follicular carcinoma and a total thyroidectomy was indicated.

Palpation: The thyroid was not palpable.

Hormonal examination: hypothyroidism with TSH 23.7 mIU/L.

Topics

  • halo sign and perinodular blood flow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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