Case of the Month

February 1, 2021

The histopathologic findings in the biopsy from the nodule show a tumor composed of closely packed glandular structures with central pink (colloid) secretion.  The cells lining the glandular structures are cuboidal with dark-staining round nuclei with inconspicuous nucleoli.  These glandular structures are actually thyroid follicles. More

Past Cases

March 5, 2021

An 80+ year old male presented to clinic with a large, painful, ulcerated 2.5 cm nodule on his left conchal bowl.  On further questioning he reported the growth present and enlarging for over a year.  Biopsy was performed; pathology shown below. More