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A unique presentation of ectopic thyroid, a case report

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ABSTRACT

Previous description of ectopic thyroid tissue has not included point tenderness as a presenting symptom.

Ectopic Thyroid shoudl be included in teh differential diagnosis of point tenderness with an associated mass or lesion on imaging.

Management of both symptomatic ectopic thyroid and esophageal perforation with periesophageal abscess is surgical intervention.

It is important to perform due diligence in the work up of a patient without compromising the patient’s safety to do so.

It is important to perform due diligence in the work up of a patient without compromising the patient’s safety to do so.

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Thyroid parenchyma with chronic inflammation and no evidence of malignancy.
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fig0025: Thyroid parenchyma with chronic inflammation and no evidence of malignancy.

Mentions: The lesion was reported to be multinodular thyroid parenchyma with chronic inflammation and no evidence of malignancy. Fig. 5. No foreign body was located. The lymph node was a reactive lymph node without evidence of malignancy. Due to the chronic inflammation described in the pathology report, the radiopaque finding on CT scan was most likely calcifications from the chronic inflammation.


A unique presentation of ectopic thyroid, a case report
Thyroid parenchyma with chronic inflammation and no evidence of malignancy.
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fig0025: Thyroid parenchyma with chronic inflammation and no evidence of malignancy.
Mentions: The lesion was reported to be multinodular thyroid parenchyma with chronic inflammation and no evidence of malignancy. Fig. 5. No foreign body was located. The lymph node was a reactive lymph node without evidence of malignancy. Due to the chronic inflammation described in the pathology report, the radiopaque finding on CT scan was most likely calcifications from the chronic inflammation.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

Previous description of ectopic thyroid tissue has not included point tenderness as a presenting symptom.

Ectopic Thyroid shoudl be included in teh differential diagnosis of point tenderness with an associated mass or lesion on imaging.

Management of both symptomatic ectopic thyroid and esophageal perforation with periesophageal abscess is surgical intervention.

It is important to perform due diligence in the work up of a patient without compromising the patient’s safety to do so.

It is important to perform due diligence in the work up of a patient without compromising the patient’s safety to do so.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus