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

Case 699


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Clinical data

Clinical presentation: A 25-yr-old woman was referred for a repeat evaluation. She was diagnosed with a nodular goiter. Cytology of the right nodule resulted in benign colloid goiter while the result of FNA was follicular neoplasia in the event of the left lesion. Considering the small size of the latter, the endocrinologist requested a second opinion.

Palpation: There was a moderately firm nodule in the right lobe.

Laboratory tests: euthyroidism.

Topics

  • back wall cystic figures caused by posterior enhancement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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