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Crowded sheet of atypical follicular cells associated with cystic contents.
(54 votes)
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Surgical follow-up to the previous three images revealed a follicular variant of papillary carcinoma. Note the thick eosinophilic colloid within the follicles.
(52 votes)
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The hyalinizing trabecular adenoma resembles papillary thyroid carcinoma. Note, however, that the elongated nuclei are almost spindle shaped and the cells are embedded within stroma (histologic section).
(51 votes)
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Follicular cells with elongated nuclei embedded in stroma. (Histologic follow-up revealed a hyalinizing trabecular adenoma.)
(45 votes)
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Follicular cells with elongated nuclei embedded in stroma. (Histologic follow-up revealed a hyalinizing trabecular adenoma.)
(47 votes)
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Monolayered sheet of follicular cells with nuclear elongation, chromatin clearing and nuclear grooves
(46 votes)
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Monolayered sheet of follicular cells with oval nuclei, nuclear grooves and focal chromatin clearing.
(47 votes)
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Histologic view of a hyalinizing trabecular adenoma (high magnification).
(45 votes)
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Monolayered sheet of follicular cells with nuclear elongation, chromatin clearing and nuclear grooves.
(45 votes)
     
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