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Background: Thyroid nodules are very common and a large portion are mixed echoic, with both solid and cystic areas. There are few studies regarding the reliability of ultrasonographic criteria for evaluating solid nodules as they apply to mixed echoic nodules. The object of this study was to...
Background: In Graves' ophthalmopathy (GO), only patients with immunologically active disease respond to immunosuppressive therapy. Previous studies and theoretical considerations suggest that elevated orbital 99m Tc-diethylenetriamine-pentaacetic-acid (DTPA) single photon emission computed...
Background: The BRAF mutation V600E (BRAF V600E ) is the most common genetic alteration in papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC), while overexpression of X-linked inhibitor of apoptosis (XIAP) has been found in various tumors. Both of these events are implicated in carcinogenesis, tumor progression,...
Background: Thyroid nodules that are read on cytology as follicular or HÃ¼rthle cell neoplasms (FN and HN, respectively) and indeterminate for malignancy require surgery to differentiate benign from malignant nodules. We analyzed FN and HN with indeterminate cytology to determine if there were...
Background: The early diagnosis of medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC) is crucial for effective therapy. Elevated plasma calcitonin concentrations (pCT-Cs) are generally a specific and sensitive indicator for C-cell hyperplasia or MTC. The presence of thyroid nodules raises the possibility of MTC....
Background: Clinically unapparent thyroid nodules in children pose a significant problem in differential diagnosis and management. Ectopic thymic tissue in the thyroid gland is rare, but may masquerade as a thyroid nodule. This paper demonstrates the utility of flow cytometry as an adjunct to...
Background: Pediatric papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) typically presents with more advanced disease as compared with adults, yet the prognosis, even in the presence of distant metastatic disease, is usually excellent. Systemic therapies other than radioactive iodine (RAI) are rarely required....
Background: Recent data suggest that increased somatostatin receptor (SSTR) expression is detectable in several thyroid diseases. This raises the question as to the specificity and pathophysiologic relevance of these findings. Therefore, we systematically evaluated Indium-111 (In-111)...
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