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On review of these 6 cases, all 6 were found to have some nuclear features suggestive of papillary carcinoma (pale chromatin, nuclear grooves, irregular nuclear outline) in addition to features suggestive of either follicular or Hurthle cell neoplasms, which was why they were not classified as incidental tumors.
Peritumoral thyroid tissue shows a spectrum of morphological changes, including multinodular goitre, Hashimoto thyroiditis and Hurthle cell change.
Other aspects of TBSRTC that should be targeted by educational activities include clarification of the terminologies "nondiagnostic: cyst fluid only" and "follicular neoplasm" versus "suspicious for follicular neoplasm," and how Hurthle cell neoplasms should be reported.
For slides with a reference general diagnostic category of "suspicious" (follicular neoplasm and Hurthle cell neoplasm), there was a high level of discordance that did not differ between conventional smears and LBPs (overall 37.
Hurthle cells were frequent in all 7 cases (100%) as were lymphoid infiltrates and intraepithelial lymphocytes.
Table 1: Distribution of Non neoplastic & neoplastic lesions CONDITIONS Total Percentage Congenital 2 2 Thyroglossal duct cyst (TDC) Hyperplasia's Colloid goiter (CG) 6 6 Nodular goiter (NG) 49 49 Grave's disease (GD) 2 2 Auto immune thyroiditis Lymphocytic 1 1 thyroiditis (LT) Hashimoto's 9 9 thyroiditis (HT) Neoplastic Follicular 22 22 adenoma (FA) Follicular 1 1 carcinoma (FC) Hurthle cell 1 1 adenoma (HA) Papillary 6 6 carcinoma (PC) Medullary 1 1 carcinoma (MC) TOTAL THYROID LESIONS 100 100 Figure No.
Follicular carcinomas of the thyroid gland, including their oncocytic variant (the so-called Hurthle cell carcinoma), are subdivided into minimally invasive and widely invasive tumors.
In the recent NCI Consensus Conference, a 7-tier diagnostic scheme was proposed consisting of the following categories: benign, atypia of undetermined significance, suspicious for follicular, suspicious for Hurthle cell neoplasm, suspicious for malignancy, malignant, and insufficient for diagnosis.
Five of 8 Hurthle cell carcinomas showed highly variable reactivity with a score of 1+ focal to 3 diffuse.
Numerous plasma cells with occasional Russell bodies surrounded thyroid follicles with Hurthle cell changes (Figure, b).
An incidental minimally invasive Hurthle cell carcinoma characterized by an encapsulated area composed of Hurthle cells with a few groups of Hurthle cells infiltrating through the capsule was identified away from the main SPHTN nodule in case 2.
Follicular and Hurthle cell carcinomas of the thyroid: a comparative study.