Metástasis inusual en un paciente con cáncer del tiroides

Lidia Martínez Ramos, Norailys García Rodríguez

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El carcinoma del tiroides se caracteriza por su baja mortalidad y poca incidencia. Las formas metastásicas regionales son las formas de metástasis más frecuentes que ocurren generalmente en ganglios cervicales. Se presenta un caso de metástasis inusual y poco frecuente de cáncer de tiroides aunque con caracteres de presentación común en cuanto a sexo y edad en estas lesiones quísticas del cuello.

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metástasis; carcinoma; lesión quística; ganglio cervical

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