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Curtet, C., Carlier, T., Mirallié, E. és mtsai: Prospective comparison of two gamma probes for intraoperative detection of 18-F-FDG: in vitro assessment and clinical evaluation in differentiated thyroid cancer patients with iodine – negative recurrence

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Authors: András Konrády, Zsuzsa Bencsik, Zoltán Lőcsey, and Tamás Bénik

137 143 Cooper, D. S., Doherty, G. M., Haugen, B. R. és mtsai: Management guidelines for patients with thyroid nodules and differentiated thyroid cancer. Thyroid

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Introduction Thyroid cancer is the most common endocrine malignancy and accounts for 1–2% of all cancers. Epidemiological studies have reported a gradual increase in its overall incidence [ 7, 38 ]. Thyroid cancers can be divided into four main

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. Radiol. Prot., 2006, 26 (2), 127–140. 7 Ron, E., Lubin, J. H., Shore, R. E., et al.: Thyroid cancer after exposure to external radiation: a pooled analysis of seven

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The aim of the research is to find out better medicinal stuff for thyroid cancer patients who are required to have a low level iodine diet. Iodine contents in 12 kinds of oriental herbal medicinal prescriptions, which are frequently used for thyroid cancer patients, are determined using instrumental neutron activation analysis. The biological certified reference material was used for analytical quality control. The relative errors and standard deviations for the iodine analysis were less than 2.88 and 18.5%, respectively. The level of iodine contents for four medicinal samples detected was in the range of about 3–210 mg/kg, the concentrations of eight samples were estimated from the detection limit under the given analytical conditions. In addition, the informative concentrations of 17 essential elements with special functions such as Al, As, Ba, Br, Ca, Cl, Cr, Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Na, Rb, Sr, Ti, V, and Zn in the samples were also determined together with their detection limits for data inter-comparison. The relative errors and standard deviations for these elements were in the range of 0.1–18.0%, and 2–20%, respectively.

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., Haugen, B. R., et al.: Revised American Thyroid Association Management Guidelines for patients with thyroid nodules and differentiated thyroid cancer. Thyroid, 2009, 19 (11), 1167

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Authors: Bálint Tóbiás, Bernadett Balla, János Kósa P., János Horányi, István Takács, Eszter Bölöny, Csaba Halászlaki, Zsolt Nagy, Gábor Speer, Balázs Járay, Eszter Székely, Roland Istók, and Péter Lakatos

Benvenga, S.: Update on thyroid cancer. Horm. Metab. Res., 2008, 40 , 323–328. Benvenga S. Update on thyroid cancer Horm. Metab. Res

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Authors: Szabina Szujó, László Bajnok, Beáta Bódis, Orsolya Nemes, Károly Rucz, and Emese Mezősi

References 1 Morris LG, Sikora AG, Tosteson TD, et al. The increasing incidence of thyroid cancer: the influence of access to care. Thyroid 2013; 23: 885

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Authors: Ábel Decmann, Pál Perge, Zoltán Nagy, Henriett Butz, Attila Patócs, and Péter Igaz

., 2016, 14, 120. 17 Cramer, J. D., Fu, P., Harth, K. C., et al.: Analysis of the rising incidence of thyroid cancer using the surveillance, epidemiology and end

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T Terzioglu S Tezelman 2004 The advantage of total thyroidectomy to avoid reoperation for incidental thyroid cancer in multinodular goiter

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