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Papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) arising within a follicular adenoma is an exceptionally rare histopathological subtype that shows the nuclear features of PTC within a benign-appearing, circumscribed follicular adenoma. Although it is clinically significant because of its malignant nature, its...
Ovarian dermoids constitute the most common ovarian neoplasm and make up approximately 20% of all ovarian neoplasms. Dermoids are most common in the reproductive age group, but unlike other ovarian germ cell tumors, their age distribution is quite broad. Torsion may occur in approximately 15% of...
A survey was administered to 166 academic emergency department (ED) physicians to determine their interpretation and practice after receiving an ultrasound (US) report with nonvisualization of the appendix (NVA). Annual incidence of reported NVA from 2 academic hospitals was calculated for...
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