Hurthle cell adenoma of the mediastinum: intraoperative cytology and differential diagnosis with correlative gross, histology, and ancillary studies.

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A 66-year-old man was found to have a 7.5 cm mediastinal mass detected on routine chest X-rays as part of his preoperative work up for an inguinal hernia repair. An orthotopic (normally located) nongoitrous thyroid gland without evidence of connection to the mediastinal mass was also identified. The clinical differential diagnoses included lymphoma, thymoma… (More)

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@article{Casas2000HurthleCA, title={Hurthle cell adenoma of the mediastinum: intraoperative cytology and differential diagnosis with correlative gross, histology, and ancillary studies.}, author={Luis E. De Las Casas and Hywel Williams and Paul H Strausbauch and Jeanmarie Silverman}, journal={Diagnostic cytopathology}, year={2000}, volume={22 1}, pages={16-20} }