This text outlines the underlying reasons primary surgery for primary hyperparathyroidism may be unsuccessful as well as give tips on how to avoid this scenario. It also discusses the potential pitfalls in primary surgery that can lead to recurrent hyperparathyroidism, recognizing current localization techniques available for reoperative parathyroid surgery and their indications, and applying surgical algorithms for reoperative parathyroid surgery.Reoperative Parathyroid Surgery: Tips for Success will serve as a useful resource for physicians and trainees dealing with this type of surgery and provide a concise yet comprehensive summary of the current status of the field that will help guide patient management.
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Ralph P. Tufano, MD, MBA, FACSCharles W. Cummings M.D. Professor Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Multidisciplinary Thyroid Tumor CenterDirector of the Division of Head and Neck Endocrine SurgeryDept. of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck SurgeryJohns Hopkins University School of MedicineBaltimore, MDPhillip K. Pellitteri DO, FACSChair, Department of Otolaryngology/HNSGuthrie Clinic LtdOtolaryngologist in Chief, Robert Packer HospitalGuthrie Health SystemClinical Professor of Otolaryngology/HNSTemple University School of Medicine
InhoudEmbryology and Anatomy of the Parathyroid GlandsMaximizing Success of Initial OperationImaging of the Parathyroid GlandsIndications for Reoperative Parathyroid SurgeryOperative PlanningReoperative Parathyroid Surgery-Technical ConsiderationsIntraoperative Localization TechniquesIntraoperative PTH in Reoperative SurgerySurgical Algorithm for Reoperative Parathyroid SurgeryComplicationsReoperative Parathyroidectomy in Patients with Kidney DiseaseReoperative Surgery in Inherited HyperparathyroidismReoperative Surgery for Parathyroid CarcinomaUnsuccessful Reoperation.