This cross-sectional study assesses physician confidence in using neck ultrasonography to detect recurrence of differentiated thyroid cancer in patients under long-term surveillance.
This systematic review and meta-analysis examines the long-term cure rate of different radioactive iodine activities in low- and intermediate-risk differentiated thyroid cancer.
This systematic review finds that reoperation is presently superior to percutaneous ethanol injection (PEI) for treatment of recurrent papillary thyroid cancer and should remain the standard of care, but PEI is a potentially effective nonsurgical treatment option for select patients.
This study delineates the specific complications arising from bilateral neck dissection for thyroid cancers at a single high-volume center.
This cohort study investigates the role of adjuvant external beam radiotherapy in locally advanced differentiated thyroid cancer.
This study evaluates the concerns about cancer, treatment decisions, and overall experience of Japanese patients under active surveillance for thyroid cancer.
This Special Communication of the 2016 Hayes Martin Lecture urges otolaryngologists to become more informed about thyroid complications and surgical procedures.
This special communication outlines the key medical elements and ethical considerations in the management incidentally detected thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer.
This retrospective cohort study of elective central neck dissection in a group of selected patients with papillary thyroid cancer reports that the procedure increases the risk for complications and does not increase local recurrence rates.
This Viewpoint examines the potential benefits that delaying low-risk thyroid surgical procedures may provide for patients as the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic continues to alter treatment timelines.
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