[A diagnostic strategy in persistent hyperparathyroidism].


BACKGROUND Primary operations for hyperparathyroidism performed by experienced surgeons has a success rate of about 95% without any preoperative localization. After unsuccessful cervicotomy, localization studies must be performed in order to define the surgical approach. The objective of our retrospective studies was to determine the accuracy of non… (More)


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@article{Valvano1998ADS, title={[A diagnostic strategy in persistent hyperparathyroidism].}, author={L Valvano and Michel Vix and Christopher S Napolitano and R{\'e}my Beaujeux and Vincent Tassetti and Jacques Marescaux}, journal={Minerva chirurgica}, year={1998}, volume={53 6}, pages={465-70} }