Symptoms: Enlargement of thyroid gland, difficult in eating, Vocal disturbance, Nausea, Less hungry, Bleed saliva
Treatment :A non-minimally invasive Hürthle cell carcinoma is typically treated by a total thyroidectomy followed by radioactive iodine therapy. A Hürthle cell adenoma or a minimally invasive tumor can be treated by a thyroid lobectomy, although some some surgeons will perform a total thyroidectomy to prevent the tumor from reappearing and metastasizing.
Hürthle cell adenomas are most likely diagnosed much more frequently than Hürthle cell carcinomas. The female to male ratio for Hurthle cell adenomas is 8:1, while the ratio is 2:1 for the malignant version. Hürthle cell cancer tends to occur in older patient