Hürthle cell and mitochondrion-rich cell tumors. A clinicopathologic study.


Hürthle cells are large eosinophilic thyroid cells that contain a large number of mitochondria with a high content of oxidative enzymes. In the last 10 years several reports have emphasized the disagreement over the morphologic features, biologic behavior and treatment of Hürthle cell tumors. The authors reviewed the clinical and pathologic features of 28… (More)