2016, Number 1
Revista Cubana de Cirugía 2016; 55 (1)
Sosa MG, Ernand RS
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ABSTRACTThyroidal carcinoma incidence has increased over recent years. Quick diagnosis and arranged treatment are necessary for the patient’s improved survival. Ultrasound continues to be the diagnostic test of greater usefulness. Ultrasound-guided aspiration biopsy has decreases the false-negative results, as well as this test’s efficacy and sensibility have increased. Surgery is the best healing choice against the disease, though its extension is even controversial. Treatment by multidisciplinary teams has prospered it optimized diagnosis time and methods, as well as the type of treatment to use.