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Figure 3: The types of multinucleated giants cells seen in various thyroid lesions. (a) Multinucleated giant cell secondary to a benign cystic nodule (our archival case) (Diff Quik®, ×400). (b) Bizarre giant cells seen in a case papillary thyroid carcinoma (our archival case) (Papanicolau stain, ×400). (c) Multinucleated giant cells encountered in the previous papillary thyroid carcinoma case (×400). (d) Multinucleated giant cell with an intracytoplasmic colloid like material (arrow) seen in one of our subacute granulomatous thyroiditis cases (case no. 21) (Papanicolau stain, ×400)

Figure 3: The types of multinucleated giants cells seen in various thyroid lesions. (a) Multinucleated giant cell secondary to a benign cystic nodule (our archival case) (Diff Quik®, ×400). (b) Bizarre giant cells seen in a case papillary thyroid carcinoma (our archival case) (Papanicolau stain, ×400). (c) Multinucleated giant cells encountered in the previous papillary thyroid carcinoma case (×400). (d) Multinucleated giant cell with an intracytoplasmic colloid like material (arrow) seen in one of our subacute granulomatous thyroiditis cases (case no. 21) (Papanicolau stain, ×400)