Christina Kong

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  • Ectopic intrathyroidal thymoma: A case report and review THYROID Cohen, J. B., Troxell, M., Kong, C. S., McDougall, I. R. 2003; 13 (3): 305-308

    Abstract:

    Ectopic intrathyroidal thymomas are an exceedingly rare clinical entity that can be challenging to diagnose. This report describes a 39-year-old Japanese woman who presented with prominent left-sided thyroid enlargement that was thought to be a dominant thyroid nodule by ultrasound. Two fine-needle aspiration biopsies showed an atypical lymphoid proliferation that was suspicious for although not diagnostic of a low-grade lymphoma. A diagnosis of ectopic intrathyroidal thymoma was made only after appropriate histopathologic assessment of the surgical specimen.

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