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Minerva Chirurgica 2001 October;56(5):519-24

language: Italian

The thyroidectomized follow-up

Cavallaro V., Mirone I., Catania V., Cavallaro A.


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Thyroid neoplasties are largely benign, and only 1% of all over malignant neoplasties with clinical diagnosis regard the thyroid. The histologic characteristics of the thyroid neoplasties assume fundamental importance both in diagnosis and in therapy. The authors underline the importance of the surgical treatment of malignant neoplasties of the thyroid with the problems connected to the choice of the entity of the demolition of the organ and the post-operative thyrohyoid residue and the importance of the correct follow-up for few patients, consenting to optmize the available resources.

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