Follicular thyroid cancer metastasis
Presented with enlarging neck mass affecting breathing. Had skull mass for two years.
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Large skull soft tissue masses with destruction of the frontal and parietal bones. Osseous fragments scattered through the largest superior mass.
Trachea deviated to right and narrowed on frontal projection of skull and chest, due to neck mass.
This patient presented with an enlarging neck mass causing breathing difficulties. She had not sought treatment for large head masses which had been present for years.
Biopsy of neck and head masses reported as most likely follicular thyroid carcinoma.