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Thyroid carcinoma

thyroid carcinoma

(Science: radiology) Papillary-follicular (75%), well-differentiated, 95% 5-yr survival with treatment, papillary may lead to neck nodes, follicular may lead to lungs, bone (haematogenous), anaplastic (20%), older patients, prognosis poor, medullary (5%), C cells, associated with pheochromocytoma (mEN-2 and MEN-3) see also: hot and cold nodules on radionuclide studies, risk factors


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Diagnosis of thyroid nodule help

... small sheet of follicular epithelial cells lacks atypia for pappillary carcinoma or microfollicular arraignments for a follicular neoplasm." ... 3. "NOTE: The false negative rate of aspiration biopsy of the thyroid is in the range of 3-5% with its implications for continued follow-up." ...

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by LilKim
Sun Oct 01, 2006 5:53 pm
 
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Diagnosis of thyroid nodule help

I had a FNA on a thyroid nudule and this is the report anyone know what it means? thin watery colloid is ... particular small sheet of follicular epithelial cells lacks atypia for pappillary carcinoma or microfollicular arraignments for a follicular neoplasm. NOTE: Clinical correlation ...

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by robinsjoy
Sat Sep 30, 2006 12:53 am
 
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