Thyroid reoperations: Indications and risks

Wilson, David B.; Staren, Edgar D.; Prinz, Richard A.
July 1998
American Surgeon;Jul1998, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p674
Academic Journal
Presents a retrospective review of a single surgeon's experience with reoperative thyroid surgery. Performance of completion thyroidectomy; Indications for reoperation; Pathologic findings; Complications.


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