Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Egyptian Doctor, Jan 10, 2014.
d.d - solitary thyroid nodule (moves on swallowing)
thyroid cyst (doesn't move on swallowing )
thyroid Ca - papillary ( young females)
proper history and examination
FNAC should be done to differentiate
reports - "Histological examinations done to this congenital mass reveled that the mass wall is composed of columnar cells with lymphoid infiltrate and the fluid inside this mass contains cholesterol crystals"
MOST LIKELY DIAGNOSIS- BRANCHIAL CYST
tiroglossal duktus kisti
Branchial cleft cyst
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Histological examinations done to this congenital mass reveled that the mass wall is composed of columnar cells with lymphoid infiltrate and the fluid inside this mass contains cholesterol crystals.
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