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Table 1 Renal cell carcinoma metastatic to thyroid neoplasm: characteristics of the cases reported in the literature

From: Renal cell carcinoma metastasis to thyroid tumor: a case report and review of the literature

Case number Authors Receiving thyroid neoplasm Interval Immunohistochemistry
1 Bohn et al.[3] Papillary carcinoma 2 Y THY (−) RCC marker +
2 Rosai et al. cited by Bohn and Ryska[3, 4] Follicular adenoma NA THY (−)
3 Chacho et al. cited by Ryska[4] Follicular adenoma Synchronous Not done
4 Baloch et al. cited by Bohn and Ryska[3, 4] Papillary carcinoma, follicular variant 2 Y THY (−) CK19 (−)
5 Wolf et al.[5] Microfollicular adenoma NA Not done
6 Ryska and Cap[4] Oncocytic carcinoma 13 M THY (−), vimentin (+), calcitonin (−), EMA (+), CK AE1-AE3 (+)
7 Qian et al.[6] Hürthle adenoma Synchronous TTF-1 (−), THY (−), CD10 (+), vimentin (+)
8 Koo et al. cited by Bohn[3] Follicular adenoma 5 Y TTF-1 (−), THY (−), calcitonin (−). Equivocal CK and CD10
9 Yu et al.[7] Papillary carcinoma 3 Y THY (−), TTF-1 (−), CD10 (+), vimentin (+), RCC antigen (−)
10 Medas et al. (present case) Microfollicular adenoma 6 Y TTF-1 (−), THY (−), CD10 (+)
  1. Abbreviations: CK, cytokeratin; EMA, epithelial membrane antigen; M, months; NA, not available; RCC, renal cell carcinoma; THY, thyroglobulin; TTF-1, thyroid transcription factor-1; Y, years.