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Sheila Sheth, MD
Role of Neck Sonography After Total Thyroidectomy for Differentiated Thyroid Cancer
Sheila Sheth, MD
04/19/2010 | Time : 32 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Differentiated thyroid cancer, Objectives, Thyroid cancer: the issues, Risk stratification, Detection of recurrences, High resolution neck ultrasound, Central compartment, Lateral compartment Scanning protocol, Central neck level VI, Lateral neck levels III, IV, Picture is worth 1,000 words, Central neck level VI, level IA, Normal post op appearance, Mass in level VI, Suspicious masses in level VI, Cystic mass level VI, Mimics of recurrence/metastases, Lateral neck levels III, IV, levels II, V, Ultrasound appearance of benign cervical nodes, Ultrasound appearance of malignant cervical nodes, Ultrasound appearance of suspicious cervical nodes, Does size matter?, Challenging cases Indeterminate nodes, Level II nodes, Role of pre-thyroidectomy ultrasound, 53 yo male, PTC left lobe, Role of neck ultrasound pre-op, Ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration, FNA challenges, Some numbers for ultrasound, Conclusions

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Keywords : benign cervical nodes, CCA, central compartment, cervical lymph nodes, common carotid artery, differentiated thyroid cancer, DTC, fine needle aspiration, FNA, IJV, indeterminate cervical nodes, internal jugular vein, lateral compartment, lymph node hilum, malignant cervical nodes, medullary carcinoma, microcalcifications, neck dissection, nodal metastases, nodal recurrence, papillary thyroid cancer, PTC, punctate calcifications, radio-iodine 131 ablation, reactive lymph node, RIA, submandibular gland, Tg, thyroglobulin, thyroid bed recurrence, thyroid tumor marker, thyroid ultrasound, THYROID, thyroidectomy

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