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o Issue N# 2 - 2015 o

THYROID

Sarcoidosis of the thyroid: A case report


Authors : Vatin L, Rivière D, Podeur P, Cathelinaud O, Legodec J, Okremchouk I, Morvan JB. (Toulon)

Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,2:73-75.

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Summary : Objective: To present a case of thyroid sarcoidosis revea­led by a multinodular goiter and cervical and mediastinal adeno­­pathies. Methods: We summarize the clinical presen­tation of a thyroid sarcoidosis. A review of literature regarding this topic is also presented. Results: A 48-year-old woman presen­­ted dysphagia without dyspnea. Clinical and radio­logical explorations find a multinodular goiter with cervical and medias­ti­nal adenopathies. The symptomatic side of the goiter and the association with adenopathies justify the surgery. Total thyroidectomy and mediastinal lymphadenectomy are processed. Histopathological examination of the thyroid reveal a goiter without malignity, a vesicular nodule, and non necro­tizing granulomas consistent with sarcoidosis, as in the adeno­pathy. Conclusion: The interest here, is the difficulty to make the diagnostic without histopathology, between a thyroid cancer with lymphadenopathies and extrapulmonary sarcoi­do­sis (involving thyroid and adenopathies).

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