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Panminerva Medica 1999 September;41(3):269-72

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A case of primary hydatidosis of the thyroid gland

Cossu M. L., Palermo M.*, Coppola M., Fais E., Ruggiu M., Tanda F.**, Cossu Rocca P.**, Noya G.

From the Department of General Surgery Chair of Emergency Surgery, *Chair of Endocrinology, **Department of Pathologic Anatomy and Histology University of Sassari, Sassari, Italy


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A 54-­year-old wom­an pre­sent­ed ­with an expan­sive ­mass in the ante­ri­or cer­vi­cal ­region (­front of the ­neck) ­with ­abscess. Labor­a­to­ry ­tests and thy­roid pro­file ­proved nor­mal. Sur­gi­cal explo­ra­tion ­revealed a hydat­id ­cyst in the ­left ­lobe of the thy­roid ­gland ­with par­a­sit­ic metas­ta­sis of the ­left lat­er­al cer­vi­cal ­lymph ­node ­chain. Post­op­er­a­tive exam­ina­tion of the nod­ule ­showed it to be a sol­i­tary pri­mary thy­roid hydat­id ­cyst.

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