Differences in single gland and multigland disease are seen in low biochemical profile primary hyperparathyroidism.

@article{Lim2017DifferencesIS,
  title={Differences in single gland and multigland disease are seen in low biochemical profile primary hyperparathyroidism.},
  author={James Y Lim and Max Charles Herman and Lev Bubis and Irene Epelboym and J. D. F. Allendorf and John A. Chabot and James Anthony Lee and J. H. Kuo},
  journal={Surgery},
  year={2017},
  volume={161 1},
  pages={70-77}
}
BACKGROUND Primary hyperparathyroidism is characterized by increased levels of serum calcium and parathyroid hormone. Recently, 2 additional mild biochemical profiles have emerged, normocalcemic and normohormonal primary hyperparathyroidism. We reviewed our surgical experience of mild biochemical profile patients and compared them with classic primary hyperparathyroidism patients. METHODS This is a single institution, retrospective cohort review of all patients who underwent parathyroidectomy… CONTINUE READING

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