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Follicular neoplasms

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Cellular microfollicular lesion:

Cells with round nuclei in acini and monolayered sheet

Cells with round nuclei arranged in acini

Solid cellular nodule, microfollicular lesion


Follicular neoplasms:

FNA: follicular neoplasm
Excision: follicular adenoma

Follicular carcinoma



Oncocytic follicular neoplasm

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Hürthle cell lesion:

Hürthle cells (pap)

Hürthle cells (Diff-Quik)

Hürthle cells in loose monolayered sheets

Hurthle cell adenoma (pap)

Hürthle cell adenoma-Diff-Quik



Other

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Hyalinizing trabecular neoplasm:

Acellular hyaline material within tumor cell cluster

Elongated tumor with acellular stroma

Nuclear overlapping and intranuclear inclusions

Nuclear overlapping and intranuclear inclusions



Metastatic renal cell carcinoma to thyroid gland:

Metastatic renal cell carcinoma, clear cell type

Bloody background with clusters of atypical cells
nuclei are somewhat pleomorphic with prominent nucleoli

Contributed by Dr. Mark R. Wick

End of Thyroid > Competency Assessment > Neoplasm



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