Clinical and pathologic correlations in disease metastatic to the thyroid gland.


Findings in our series of patients and a review of the literature seem to suggest that metastatic cancer to the thyroid is much more common that is clinically evident. The clinical presentation of an asymptomatic mass, normal thyroid functions, and a cold nodule on thyroid scan can occur months to years after treatment of a primary cancer and thus often… (More)


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