[Primary hyperparathyroidism: significance of its preoperative localization].

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The diagnostic accuracy of locating parathyroid tumors preoperatively was studied by reviewing 27 cases of hyperparathyroidism experienced at our Department between 1965 and 1983. Computed tomography gave the most accurate prediction (69%), followed by venous sampling for PTH (33%), subtraction scintigraphy with 201T1 and 123I (30%), ultrasonography (29… (More)

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@article{Okada1984PrimaryHS, title={[Primary hyperparathyroidism: significance of its preoperative localization].}, author={Y. Okada and Jumpei Kawamura and Osanni Yoshida}, journal={Hinyokika kiyo. Acta urologica Japonica}, year={1984}, volume={30 7}, pages={963-8} }