The increasing use of diagnostic imaging has uncovered a large reservoir of previously undetected thyroid nodules and cancer. The escalating prevalence of low risk thyroid cancers coupled with stable mortality rates necessitates an efficient risk stratification system for evaluation of nodular disease. Given the indolent nature of the majority of low risk thyroid cancers and the potential morbidity associated with surgical management, interest in the use of alternative strategies to manage small thyroid cancers has risen. Meanwhile, the incidence of advanced stage thyroid cancer is also increasing, and these patients are at highest risk for recurrence and possibly mortality. Imaging is especially critical in defining the extent of disease for this patient population so that surgery can be appropriately planned to gain the best oncologic outcomes. Through a combination of lectures, panel discussions, and case-based presentations, this course will explore the role of various imaging modalities in the evaluation of patients with thyroid disease and examine the clinical indications for various image-guided therapies for management of thyroid nodules and cancer.

(Note: An on-demand post-meeting webcast will be available in late-April/May for those who cannot attend the live webcast or live in-person meeting. Details and pricing for the on-demand webcast will be posted here once available in April.)


The 2019 Spring Satellite symposium is open to the community of endocrinologists, internists, surgeons, oncologists, basic scientists, nuclear medicine professionals, pathologists, trainees, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other healthcare professionals who wish to broaden and update their knowledge of the thyroid gland and thyroid cancer.


Registration for the ATA Satellite program is available as part of the 2019 Endocrine Society Annual Meeting (ENDO 2019) registration process. See registration fees below specific to the ATA program. Register online here: or complete and submit the print registration form to ENDO. The ATA satellite program may be found under Section E. Ancillary Meetings of the ENDO registration form. ATA program description on the ENDO Meeting website may be found here:!/5752/session/605

  • $159 – ATA or ENDO Member registration rate
  • $179 – Non-Member registration rate
  • $49 – ATA Associate Member/Trainee registration rate

REGISTRATION PROMO CODES (will be verified through ATA and ENDO membership databases):

  • ATA/Endocrine Society Members – ATAMEM
  • ATA/Endocrine Society In‐Training Members – ATATRN


  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credit available.
  • Tabletop exhibit space available. Inquire at with questions and interest.
  • Sponsorship opportunities available. Inquire at with interest.
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