Corpus ID: 9622614

Coincidental thyroid papillary microcarcinoma in a patient treated for a toxic adenoma of the thyroid.

@article{Polyzos2011CoincidentalTP,
  title={Coincidental thyroid papillary microcarcinoma in a patient treated for a toxic adenoma of the thyroid.},
  author={S. Polyzos and D. Goulis},
  journal={Archives of Iranian medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={
          149-51
        }
}
Thyroid carcinoma is not uncommon in patients with hyperthyroidism. However, the risk of malignancy in patients with autonomously functioning nodules continues to be underestimated in clinical practice, possibly due to the belief of rare co-existence of a "hot" nodule and thyroid carcinoma. We present hereby a man with hyperthyroidism due to a thyroid toxic adenoma, who was subjected to surgery and incidentally found to have a papillary thyroid microcarcinoma on the contralateral thyroid lobe… Expand
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