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CASE 338: THYROID CANCER, Dr PHAN THANH HẢI

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2 TUMORS OF 2 THYROID LOBES

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CASE 338: THYROID CANCER, Dr PHAN THANH HẢI

  1. 1. CASE 338: THYROID CANCER, Dr PHAN THANH HẢI, MEDIC MEDICAL CENTER, HCMC, VIETNAM. Man 30yo, in general check- up, ultrasound detected thyroid tumor at right and left lobes. US1 scan at right lobe, small nodule, 1cm diameter, hyperechoic..due to calcification. US 2 scan at left lobe, round border tumor, 4 cm, with many white calcification spots. US 3&US 4 CDI..of left tumor, hypervascular.
  2. 2. US 5 elasto scan of right tumor was very hard. US 6 elastoscan with Q box score, tumor in comparison to normal thyroid tissue. No detection of regional lymph nodes. Report by sonologist was suspected thyroid carcinoma, THYRADS IV, and FNAC of the left tumor was PAPILLARY CARCINOMA.

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