Impact of localization studies and clinical scenario in patients with hyperparathyroidism being evaluated for reoperative neck surgery.

@article{Shin2011ImpactOL,
  title={Impact of localization studies and clinical scenario in patients with hyperparathyroidism being evaluated for reoperative neck surgery.},
  author={Joyce J Shin and Mira Milas and Jamie Mitchell and Eren Berber and Louis Ross and Allan E. Siperstein},
  journal={Archives of surgery},
  year={2011},
  volume={146 12},
  pages={1397-403}
}
BACKGROUND Previous studies have focused on the success of localization studies (LSs) in patients undergoing reoperative parathyroid surgery; however, patients who did not undergo reexploration surgery have been excluded from analysis. In addition, the concept of whether clinical scenario (CS) suggests single- vs multiple-gland disease in reoperative strategy is often underemphasized. OBJECTIVE To evaluate how LSs and CS direct operative strategy in patients being considered for reexploration… CONTINUE READING

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