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>Revistas >Cirujano General >Año 2005, No. 1


Hurtado-López LM, Zaldívar-Ramírez FR
Tiroidectomía total o hemitiroidectomía para el tratamiento del cáncer bien diferenciado de tiroides
Cir Gen 2005; 27 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 63
Paginas: 9-13
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FRAGMENTO

Siempre que un enfermo presente cáncer diferenciado de tiroides, el cirujano deberá decidir cuál es el mejor tratamiento a seguir; así, encontrará una gran cantidad de información disponible en artículos y libros en la literatura mundial con posiciones completamente polarizadas a este respecto, abarcando un extenso abanico de posibilidades terapéuticas; desde el tratamiento más conservador hasta la cirugía radical. Además, estos tratamientos pueden estar acompañados de adyuvancia con dosis ablativa de yodo radiactivo y/o hormonoterapia de sustitución o supresión. Para complicar aún más esta decisión terapéutica existen un sinfín de factores pronósticos que modificarán el resultado de la decisión tomada.


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