Metastatic thyroid carcinoma causing superior vena caval obstruction diagnosed on I-131 scan.


An 80-year-old woman was referred for a painless mass arising in right side of her neck of 4 months' duration. Ultrasound revealed a multinodular goiter, but cytology confirmed a follicular carcinoma. Thyroid function was normal. Total thyroidectomy was performed with evidence of tumor infiltration into the strap muscles extending up to the right… (More)


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