Parathyroid imaging: comparison of high-resolution CT and high-resolution sonography.

@article{Stark1983ParathyroidIC,
  title={Parathyroid imaging: comparison of high-resolution CT and high-resolution sonography.},
  author={David D. Stark and Gretchen A. W. Gooding and Albert A. Moss and Orlo Herrick Clark and C O Ovenfors},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={1983},
  volume={141 4},
  pages={633-8}
}
Parathyroid computed tomographic (CT) scanning using a specially designed patient positioning harness, bolus contrast administration, and dynamic scanning significantly improved localization of parathyroid tumors from 45% (19/42) to 76% (35/46) (p less than 0.01) over conventional CT scanning. High-resolution sonography with a 10 MHz transducer localized 65% (57/88) of these tumors. Average tumor size was 15 X 10 X 9 mm. Patients undergoing reoperation for hyperparathyroidism had similarly… CONTINUE READING

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