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Editor: Jerome M. Hershman, MD


Clinical Thyroidology October 2013 Entire Issue (PDF File, 3.2 MB, 25 pages)

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  • Iodine Supplementation in Euthyroid Pregnant Women Does Not Alter Maternal Free T4 Levels
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  • Some Dental Materials Cause Hot Spots in the Oral Region When Whole Body 131I Scans Are Done after Thyroidectomy
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  • Differentiated Thyroid Cancers in the Wake of the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident May Be Efficiently Treated with I-131 Even in Patients with Disseminated Pulmonary Metastases
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  • Patients with Differentiated Thyroid Cancer and Coexistent Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Have a Better Prognosis Than Those without Thyroiditis
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  • Is Long-Term Follow-up Necessary for Benign Thyroid Nodules?.
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  • Complete Cervical Sonography Is Essential for Operative Planning in Differentiated Thyroid Cancer
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  • BRAF Mutation Is Not an Independent Predictor of Central- Lymph- Node Metastases in the Classical Variant of Papillary Thyroid Cancer
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  • THYROID CANCER TUMOR BOARD: Lymph Node Metastases Can Have a Significant Impact on Recurrence of Thyroid Cancer
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— American Thyroid Association (ATA) — 83rd Annual Meeting, October 16–20, 2013

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