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Papillary thyroid carcinoma and FVPTC have been reported in follicular adenoma, hyperplastic nodules, and Hurthle (oncocytic) cell adenomas.
Figure 3: HPE Reports Follicular Adenoma 24 Adenomatous Goiter 62 Papillary Carcinoma 4 Follicular Carcinoma 2 Anaplastic Carcinoma 2 Lymphocytic Thyroiditis 4 Simple Cyst 2 Note: Table made from bar graph.
KEYWORDS: Galactin-3, Follicular Adenoma, Follicular Carcinoma, Papillary Carcinoma.
Keywords: Follicular adenoma, follicular adeno carcinoma, neoplasm, thyroid gland, thyroid nodule.
Out of 16 cases of adenomatous goiter, 4 cases were confirmed by HPE, while 2 cases were incorrect, in which final diagnosis was follicular adenoma.
Among the neoplastic lesions follicular adenoma was the commonest benign and papillary carcinoma the commonest malignant lesion.
Keywords: Meningioma, Follicular adenoma, Thyroid gland.
Follicular adenoma & thyroid carcinoma are the third most common type (4.
The benign diagnoses included 14 (47%) nodular hyperplasia, 9 (30%) follicular adenoma, and 7 (23%) chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis (Tables 2 and 3).
But it cannot differentiate between follicular adenoma and carcinoma since this distinction is only made on capsular and vascular invasion.
6%) cases], followed by follicular adenoma [3 (5%) cases].
Follicular adenoma may be a precursor lesion, as affected patients are on average 8 to 10 years older than patients with adenoma.
Category SFN/FN had 6 (15%) cases, of which 2 (33%) were multinodular goitre 3 (50%) were follicular adenoma and 1 (17%) was malignant.
Fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) of follicular lesions cannot distinguish reliably between a benign follicular adenoma (FA) and a malignant FTC.
The resected specimen has revealed follicular adenoma in the left lobe of the thyroid gland, but no sign of medullary thyroid cancer or hyperplasia.
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