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Nada Younes, Isabelle Bourdeau, Harold Olney, Paul Perrotte, Odile Prosmanne, Mathieu Latour, David Roberge, and André Lacroix

Background Tumor seeding or needle tract implantation is a rare complication of percutaneous biopsy in which malignant cells are implanted along the trajectory of the needle, thereby increasing cancer recurrence risk ( Robertson & Baxter 2011

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Ana Rita Elvas, Andreia Martins Fernandes, Sara Reis, Joana Couto, Raquel G Martins, Jacinta Santos, Teresa Martins, Bernardo Marques, Joana Guimarães, and Fernando J C Rodrigues

Learning points Hyperfunctioning parathyroid lesions are susceptible to fine-needle aspiration (FNA)-induced damage. FNA biopsy is not generally recommended for the evaluation of primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT), although it might

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T U Kars, M Kulaksızoğlu, and İ Kılınç

). Approximately 5–15% of thyroid nodules are malignant ( Hegedüs 2004 ). Thyroid nodules are initially examined by fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB), but the frequent indeterminate or suspicious FNAB results are challenging in terms of defining an appropriate

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Vineeth Sukrithan, Prachi Jain, Manisha H Shah, and Bhavana Konda

806C/N), and the β2 strand (V738A) all led to a steric clash at the drug-binding site ( Subbiah et al. 2021 b ). A study analyzing post-treatment tissue and/or liquid biopsies obtained from 18 patients with resistance to a RET-selective inhibitor