Clinico-histopathological Assessment of Patients Undergoing Thyroidectomy

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Rasool Bux Behan
Agha Taj Mohammed
Bilal Rasool
Mujeeb-Ur-Rehman Laghari

Abstract

Objective: To determine the clinical presentation and histopathological evaluation of patients undergoing thyroidectomies at tertiary care Hospital.

Methodology: This cross-sectional study was done at department of general surgery of LUMHS/Jamshoro. Duration of the study was 1 year from October 2017 to September 2018. All the cases with a diagnosis of thyroid disorder and underwent thyroidectomy were selected and above 25 years of the age were included. All the surgeries were carried out by senior surgeons along with the cooperation of the ENT surgeons. After surgeries specimens of all the cases were sent to the diagnostic laboratory for the histological assessment. Data was collected via self-made proforma.

Results: Of 58 patients majority i.e. 43.10% were found with age group of 35-44 years. Females found in the majority 63.80%. The swelling was noted among all of the cases, followed by pain, difficulty in swallowing, difficulty in breathing and

others 8.62%, 10.34%, 20.68% and 25.68% respectively. Adenomatous goiter was the most common histopathological finding in 82.75% cases, papillary carcinoma was found 8.62%, follicular carcinoma was only in one case and anaplastic carcinoma was also in 1 case.

Conclusion: Swelling, difficulty in swallowing and difficulty in breathing were the most common clinical features. Adenomatous goiter was the most common histological finding and papillary carcinoma was the commonest malignancy.

Keywords:
Thyroidectomy, clinical presentation, histopathology

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Behan, R. B., Mohammed, A. T., Rasool, B., & Laghari, M.-U.-R. (2020). Clinico-histopathological Assessment of Patients Undergoing Thyroidectomy. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 32(6), 96-101. https://doi.org/10.9734/jpri/2020/v32i630452
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