The thyroid nodule is a frequent cause of primary care consultation. The prevalence of a palpable thyroid nodule is approximately 4-7%, increasing up to 67% by the incidental detection of nodules on ultrasound. The vast majority are benign and asymptomatic, staying stable over time. The clinical importance of studying a thyroid nodule is to exclude […]
email@example.comMarch 11, 2021
En Chile, la incidencia de cáncer de tiroides es de 7,86 casos nuevos por 100.000 habitantes/año, siendo su prevalencia levemente mayor en mujeres que hombres (11.7/100.00en mujeres)
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Although most thyroid nodules with indeterminate cytology are benign, in most of the world surgery remains as the most frequent diagnostic management. We have previously reported a 10-gene thyroid genetic classifier which accurately predicts benign thyroid nodules.
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Between June 2009 and October 2012, patients assessed with pre-operative ultrasound (US) were included in this IRB-approved study. Nodules were categorised according to our previously described TIRADS classification.
firstname.lastname@example.orgJune 26, 2017
The optimal management of radioactive iodine (RAI) treatment in patients with metastatic thyroid cancer (TC) is still a matter of debate.
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In oncology, the clinical impact of metastatic bone disease is conveyed via a composite end point termed skeletal-related events (SRE), which encompasses spinal cord compression, pathological fracture, a need for external beam radiation or surgery to bone, and hypercalcemia of malignancy.
firstname.lastname@example.orgJune 26, 2012
Measurement of serum Tg using ultrasensitive assays is proposed to replace TSH-stimulated Tg measurement in the follow-up of differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC). Aim of our study was to verify this possibility using two ultrasensitive Tg assays.
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A risk-adapted approach to management of thyroid cancer requires risk estimates that change over time based on response to therapy and the course of the disease. The objective of this study was to validate the American Thyroid Association (ATA)
firstname.lastname@example.orgDecember 26, 2010
Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 (MEN1) is a syndrome inherited in an autosomal dominant trait caused by the inactivation of the tumor suppressor gene MEN1.