Thyroid nodule puncture results in papillary atypical hyperplasia of epithelial cells.Is it papillary carcinoma?
If you have a thyroid nodule and the result of the puncture is papillary atypical hyperplasia epithelial cells, this may be a precancerous lesion. It is recommended to review the thyroid nodule regularly and also check the thyroid function.
If a thyroid nodule is benign, there is usually an envelope, and the envelope is intact, the boundary is very clear, the internal echogenicity is uniform, and there is usually no calcification.In malignant thyroid nodules, the borders are unclear, the envelope is incomplete, the internal echogenicity is uneven, and some punctate calcifications may appear.
If the thyroid nodule is benign with papillary atypical hyperplastic epithelial cells detected by fine needle aspiration cytology of the thyroid gland, it is possible to perform regular observation.Surgical excision depends on whether the thyroid nodule has symptoms of pressure or not.