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Thyroid microcarcinoma

Thyroid microcarcinoma is used to describe cases in which the thyroid gland can not touch the abnormal tumor, but shows metastatic thyroid tumor in the cervical lymph nodes. In 1988, the World Health Organization defined thyroid cancer nodules with tumor diameter ≤ 1.0cm as thyroid microcarcinoma.


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