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... Uptake scan determined nodule cold. First FNA was inconclusive, waited 3 months for repeat. Had second FNA with 8 passes...two were sent to determine if the nodule was a parathyroid but I don't see anything on the pathology report below that tells me if it is or isn't, but maybe I am reading it wrong. 1.7X.8X1.2CM LESION Diagnosis: (01) FINE NEEDLE ASPIRATION, "RIGHT... (5 replies)
... llicular arrangements. There is a background suggestive of chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis with numerous lymphocytes and lymphoid tangles seen. However, not much colloid is appreciated and the architectural arrangements raise the possibility of a neoplasm. Only very rare single Hurthle cells are seen. ... (3 replies)
... FNAC upper pole of right lobe of thyroid shows moderately cellular smears. Some of the folicular epithelial cells are arranged in microfollicular and occasional macrofollicular structures. Some of the cells are in clusters with nuclear overlapping and crowding . ... (0 replies)

Fna results
Dec 5, 2012
... hashimotos this is present. I would ask if those follicular cells should be of concern or not. ... (2 replies)
Fna results
Dec 5, 2012
... Reactive follicular cells present. ... (2 replies)
... Well I am new to these msg boards and have never posted before. I am a 57 yr old female. I have been reading a lot of posts related to thyroid nodules. The past month has been an nerve wracking and emotional roller coaster for me. Last month, went to ER for swelling on right side of my face and swollen glands. For 3 weeks prior going to ER-I was sick with what I first... (7 replies)
... The smears show colloid, stripped nuclei and small numbers of loosely cohesive clusters of follicular cells in a background of blood. A single small cluster of cells showing hurthle cell change is seen. There is no cytological evidence of papillary carcinoma. ... (0 replies)
New to Board
Sep 11, 2012
... colloid" usually indicates benign, but hurthle cells can be a red flag. ... (2 replies)
New to Board
Sep 11, 2012
... Benign Follicular cells, hurthle cells, macrophages, colloid and blood. Consistant with goitrous nodule. ... (2 replies)
Confused
Aug 20, 2012
... paucicellular sample, due to limited number of cells, sample is suggestive, not confirmatory of nodular goiter. Cytyc thin prep shows rare follicular cells and limited colloid. Clinical correlation reguarding the size of the lesion is recommended. If any change in size occures repeats fna. ... (2 replies)
... the specimen shows benign follicular cells, focal hurthle cells, colloid macrphages and occasional background inflammatory cells. The findings are suggestive of a nodular goiter with cystic degeneration. ... (4 replies)
... No atypical cells see, aspirate consists of abundant colloid, sheets of uniform follicular cells arranged in a honeycomb pattern and scattered foamy and pigmented macrophages. The features are consistent with a nodular goiter. ... (2 replies)
... Poorly cellular smears exhibiting a few clusters and aggregates of follicular cells with colloid, Favor Benign. ... (6 replies)
... The cell block sections and direct smears are sparsely to moderately cellular and well preserved. Loose clusters of follicular cells with extensive Hurthle cell metaplasia are present in a hemorrhagic background. Grooves and a rare non specific intranuclear inclusion noted. Colloid is minimal. ... (0 replies)
... or some macrofollicles, follucular cells are enlarged and crowded and there is relatively no colloid present. ... (4 replies)
... appearing follicular cells. Scant colloid is present in the background. Abundant blood is present in the background. The thyroid follicular cells have occasional grooves but do not show significant nuclear overlap, nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear contours, or nuclear pseudoinclusions. ... (2 replies)
Cytology report
Apr 24, 2012
... new to board I went for a thyroid ultrasound and FNA. The results came back today, they were Specimen is adequate for interpretation Negative for malognant cells Hyperplastic nodule {goiter} Description Cellularity is low. Architecture includes micro and marco follicles. Individual cells show no significant abnormalities and hurthle cell changes sometimes. (3 replies)
... Hi all - I am a first time poster ... I have a large thyroid nodule that my OB first noticed about ten years ago, after the birth of my first child. I have had FNAs done several times over the years. Three FNA results have come back benign (and one nondiagnostic). My most recent FNA report is as follows: Right thyroid isoechoic nodule with increased vascular flow ... (1 replies)
... features are consistent with nodular goiter, predominantly colloid rich, negative for atypical or malignant cells. ... (3 replies)
... There's no way to know if the cells are "abnormal" without the biopsy. ... (12 replies)


Associated Tags: fna, hashimoto, hurthle, nodules, surgeon, thyroid, thyroid cancer, thyroid cyst, thyroid nodule, thyroid nodules, thyroid surgery

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