Hi, i had a thyroid FNA and the report as follows
Left Isthmic Thyroid Nodule
- Received is 7mL of brownish turbid rinsing fluid
- Scanty atypical follicular cells present
- The cytospin preparation and cell block sections of the thyroid aspirate are hypocellular and contain mainly red blood cells. Scanty clusters of mildly atypical follicular cells are also present. These follicular cells shows pale oval nuclei, distinct nucleoli and focal suggestion of nuclear grooves. Definite intranuclear inclusion, psammoma bodies or florid papillary configurations are not identified here. Colloid Material is barely seen. Further morphological assessment however is limited by the scantiness of these atypical cells present. Advise excision (with frozen section monitoring) for through histological examination.
Anyone here can help me referred to a doctor or pathology who can help interpret the report?
many thanks in advance