Hürthle Cell Adenoma in a Hashimoto's Thyroiditis Patient: A Rare Case Report

Ramesh Mahadev Tambat, Sreenivas M. D., Tejas A. P., Nitin Kumar K, Sadiq Nawaz F, Guneet Singh, Yogendra Shrestha, Jeet Bahadur Moktan
2021 Clinical Case Reports: Open Access  
Hürthle cell adenoma is a rare variant of benign lesion of thyroid gland, however aggressive nature and potential controversies about its malignant nature still remains. Pre-operative diagnosis is difficult, fine needle aspiration cytology may show Hürthle cell lesions, but final diagnosis is confirmed by histopathology for capsular and vascular invasion. Here in we report a case of a 32-year-old female who presented with a swelling in front of the neck of one-year duration. The total
more » ... omy with functional block dissection was performed and histopathology revealed Hürthle cell adenoma -Thyroid mass Hashimoto's thyroiditis -adjacent thyroid lymph node's -reactive changes.
doi:10.46527/2582-5038.194 fatcat:jglfvby2yves5aoccs4m35epfa