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Hürthle cell papillary carcinoma can be diagnosed in the absence of papillae when the oncocytic cells exhibit the classic nuclear features of papillary carcinoma, namely: nuclear enlargement and elongation, crowding with overlap and moulding, irregular nuclear contours that result in the formation of grooves and, when severe, cytoplasmic pseudoinclusions.

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