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Fig.01 Thyroid adenoma. Moderate cytoplasmic positivity and luminal accumulation of thyroglobulin positive masses.
Fig.02 Thyroid adenoma. Moderate cytoplasmic positivity and, in addition, luminal thyroglobulin positive masses.
Fig.04 Thyroid adenoma with low cytoplasmic thyroglobulin positivity and accumulation of highly thyroglobulin positive masses in the follicular lumina.
Fig.07 Follicular thyroid carcinoma with focal thyroglobulin staining in approximately 20% of the cells.
Fig.09 Follicular thyroid carcinoma. Weak cytoplasmic thyroglobulin staining and accumulation of heavily stained luminal secretions.
Fig.13 Papillary thyroid carcinoma with predominantly luminal thyroglobulin staining but also weak cytoplasmic positivity
Fig.14 Papillary thyroid carcinoma with luminal thyroglobulin staining and moderate cytoplasmic positivity.
Fig.15 Papillary thyroid carcinoma with mosaic-like cytoplasmic staining. Thyroglobulin negative, weak and strong positive cells are mixed.
Fig.16 Thyroglobulin-positive papillary thyroid carcinoma with mosaic-like cytoplasmic staining. Between slightly and moderately stained cells, cytoplasmic thyroglobulin-positive cells are repeatedly interspersed.
Fig.18 Papillary thyroid carcinoma with strong thyroglobulin staining predominantly located at the apical (near-the-lumbar) cell pole.
Fig.19 Papillary thyroid carcinoma with predominantly luminal thyroglobulin staining, diffuse weak cytoplasmic positivity and herd-like recognizable apical accentuated thyroglobulin staining.
Thyroglobulin (Clone JGN3)