Papillary Lesions Of Thyroid

Chromatin Clearing

Hyperplastic nodules and adenomas with papillary architecture The papillary hyperplastic nodule of the thyroid is usually identified in girls, usually teenagers in and around the age of menarche. These present as solitary nodules and it is unusual for them to be associated with clinical hyperfunction, although that might occur. These lesion are distinguished from papillary carcinoma in that they are totally encapsulated, often show central cystic change, have subfollicle formation in the...

Thyroid Follicular Hyperplasia And Neoplasia

Adenomatoid Nodule Thyroid

Follicular nodules are the most commonly encountered problems in the surgical pathology of the thyroid. These lesions can be classified along the full spectrum of thyroid pathology from hyperplastic nodules to benign follicular adenomas and malignant fol-licular carcinomas. Sporadic nodular goitre is characterised by numerous follicular nodules with heterogeneous architecture and cytology, features that have suggested a hyperplastic rather than neoplastic pathogenesis 7-10 . The gland may be...