Thyroid gland is unique among the organs of endocrine system. Thyroid gland neoplasia constitutes total of 1% of all neoplasias and it has been observed that thyroid neoplasia is on an increase.Present studywas a hospital based study to analyse the spectrum of thyroid nodules at a tretiary care centre from north India. On histopathology majority of the cases were benign 56.0% and 44.0% were malignant. The commonest benign lesion seen in thyroid was colloid goitre and among the malignant lesions papillary carcinoma was the most common neoplasm encountered in 78.4% of the patients.Thyroid disease is common in 4th decade of life. Benign lesions are more common in 4th decade of life and malignancy is common in younger age group.
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Tazeen Jeelani, Jibran Amin, Ghazanfer Rashid, Kanika Gupta. Spectrum of benign and malignant Thyroid nodules: A single institutional study. Int J Clin Diagn Pathol 2019;2(1):83-85. DOI: 10.33545/pathol.2019.v2.i1b.15