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Mabel Ryder, Margaret Callahan, Michael A Postow, Jedd Wolchok and James A Fagin

(1%, 1:1 male: female)Thyroiditis, n =1 (<1%) Low testosterone, n =2Primary adrenal insufficiency, n =1 (male) NCT00920907 Metastatic melanoma, pretreated, Ipilimumab 10 mg/kg n =16Male n =10 (60%) Female n =6 n =2 (13

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G Azizi, J M Keller, M Lewis, K Piper, D Puett, K M Rivenbark and C D Malchoff

Introduction Hashimoto's thyroiditis (HT) is the most common autoimmune thyroid disease and the most common cause of hypothyroidism ( Jankovic et al . 2013 ). Epidemiological and histological data indicate that thyroid cancer (TC) frequently occurs

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Giorgio Grani, Angela Nesca, Marianna Del Sordo, Anna Calvanese, Giovanni Carbotta, Marta Bianchini and Angela Fumarola

( Elisei 2008 ), and sepsis ( Becker et al . 2010 ). Some authors have reported CCH in a number of thyroid specimens affected by Hashimoto's thyroiditis ( Guyetant et al . 1994 ). However, the association between thyroiditis and hypercalcitoninemia is

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Vincenzo Marotta, Concetta Sciammarella, Maria Grazia Chiofalo, Claudio Gambardella, Claudio Bellevicine, Marica Grasso, Giovanni Conzo, Giovanni Docimo, Gerardo Botti, Simona Losito, Giancarlo Troncone, Maurizio De Palma, Laura Giacomelli, Luciano Pezzullo, Annamaria Colao and Antongiulio Faggiano

to the absence of randomised controlled trials ( McLeod et al. 2013 ). Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (HT) is a complex disease characterised by diffuse lymphocytic infiltration determining progressive injury of the thyroid tissue, which leads to

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Seo Ki Kim, Jung-Woo Woo, Jun Ho Lee, Inhye Park, Jun-Ho Choe, Jung-Han Kim and Jee Soo Kim

clinicopathological characteristics of PTC ( Lee et al . 2012 a , b , Gouveia et al . 2013 , Kim et al . 2015 ). Chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis/Hashimoto's thyroiditis (hereafter referred to as CLT) is a female-predominant autoimmune disease ( Monaco 2012

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E Fiore, T Rago, F Latrofa, M A Provenzale, P Piaggi, A Delitala, M Scutari, F Basolo, G Di Coscio, L Grasso, A Pinchera and P Vitti

Introduction Hashimoto's thyroiditis (HT) is frequently diagnosed especially in females and is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in iodine-sufficient areas of the world, with an increasing prevalence in older patients ( Hollowell et al . 2002

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Frank Weber

Thyroiditis and thyroid cancer In the beginning of the 19th century, the Japanese surgeon, Hakaru Hashimoto, first described a thyroid pathology dominated by fibrosis and diffuse lymphocyte infiltration. Hashimoto's thyroiditis (HT) is the most

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Shahnawaz Imam, Rodis Paparodis, Deepak Sharma and Juan Carlos Jaume

thyroiditis or Hashimoto thyroiditis) are frequently mentioned in pathology reports of patients who have undergone surgery for thyroid cancer ( Chen et al . 2013 ). The nature of this lymphocytic reaction is not well understood. The fact that cancer can

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Min-Hee Kim, Ja Seong Bae, Dong-Jun Lim, Hyoungnam Lee, So Ra Jeon, Gyeong Sin Park and Chan Kwon Jung

(46.0%) 0.022 Lymphatic invasion 89 (27.6%) 17 (29.8%) 72 (27.2%) 0.684 95 (27.3%) 15 (23.8%) 80 (28.1%) 0.492 Vascular invasion 10 (3.1%) 3 (5.3%) 7 (2.7%) 0.303 5 (1.4%) 1 (1.6%) 4 (1.4%) 1.000 Thyroiditis 87 (27.0%) 24 (42.1%) 63 (23.8%) 0.0 0 5 105

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M Niedziela

), nodular goiter observed in autoimmune thyroid disease (AITD), i.e. chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis (Hashimoto thyroiditis (HT)) or Graves’ disease (GD) and also occurring in the form of nonpalpable thyroid nodules. In both autoimmune disorders (HT and GD