Thyroid tumors with a follicular growth pattern: problems in differential diagnosis.

@article{Suster2006ThyroidTW,
  title={Thyroid tumors with a follicular growth pattern: problems in differential diagnosis.},
  author={Saul M Suster},
  journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={130 7},
  pages={984-8}
}
  • Saul M Suster
  • Published 2006 in Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine
Tumors of the thyroid characterized by a follicular growth pattern constitute the most common type of lesion of this organ encountered by pathologists. The vast majority of such lesions do not pose difficulties for histopathologic interpretation. A subset of these tumors, however, can represent a serious challenge for diagnosis. Thyroid tumors with a follicular growth pattern include a broad range of lesions that range from benign, hyperplastic nodules to follicular adenomas to follicular… CONTINUE READING

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