PRIMARY NEURILEMMOMA OF THE THYROID GLAND: A CASE REPORT

Sreenath R, Nilanjan Sengupta, P. K. Sahana, Arjun Baidya, Soumik Goswami, Dr. Ravikumar, Arindam Ray

Abstract


Primary nonepithelial tumors of the thyroid gland are rare. It represents less than 1% of all thyroid tumors1.They can include lymphomas, leiomyomas, teratomas, lipomas, hemangiomas, and neurilemmomas. We present the case of a middle aged woman with a neurilemmoma of her left thyroid lobe.


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Landmine, Toxic gas, Metal detector.

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