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Medscape Surgery 8h
Medical management vs for Hashimoto's thyroiditis.
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A.P. Hawkins 🌻 11h
Who would have thought that two months could make such a difference? May 18 vs today
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JAMA Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery 9h
complaints after cancer surgery are common. collaborators report high impact of on postoperative voice
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bettysonly Jul 14
Im tired, real tired! Been looking for supplements to assist with it! Times are always different! Trying to get some rest. Whats that? No sleep constant waking. Can't be still constant movement! Lack of focus! Energy so important. Headachy too! 😱
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ESE_President 13h
in suppressive doses causes uncreased risk of in patients after total for ! Iatrogenic due to excessive doses in other forms of must be avoided
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JAMA Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery Jul 15
Is RLN monitoring in needed? Published systematic reviews and meta-analyses have low methodological quality—may account for heterogeneous findings.
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Ravikumar Brahmbhatt, MD, FACS Jul 10
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Mary Beth Evans Jul 16
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ESE_President 16h
Relevant to consensus on definition of expert based on annual case load! Similar process with for ended up similar number! Expert surgeons should publish their rate of
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Angela💜 #SAVEGOTHAM May 27
Today marks 10 years that I am cancer free 🥰
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ESE_President Jul 17
Potential overtreatment of cancer open issue with increased number of diagnosis Uncertainties regard first-line( vs observation) and post ( ablation benefit/risk ratio) decisions correct staging informed patient decision both crucial
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Helen Coleman 7 Feb 17
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ESE_President Jul 17
Treatment of with is commonly thought to be easy and effective! However particularly among patients after total there are some that do not reach sufficient well being with conventional substitutive treatment
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Pauline 17 Jul 18
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Tony Harnell Mar 10
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Diane Aitken 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 30 Mar 18
My fur-baby had neck surgery yesterday but can't wear a lampshade as it would likely tear the stitches. Vet recommended wrapping a scarf around her instead, so now I have a catty
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Pauline Nov 10
All done for now! Final tapestry made into a cushion.I finished the tapestry when I spent 3 weeks in hospital last November when my thyroidectomy went rather wrong and I got Sepsis and cellulitis! This will be for my eldest son.
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Pauline 20 May 18
The new me.!! Post X3....Don’t like my look but I’m going to have to get used to it until my hair grows back.! Once I’ve finished my targeted treatment. I know my life will never be the same but.. Photos before during and now..
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UCSF Endocrine Surgery 19 Jul 18
Insoo Suh, MD, a surgeon, has developed a refined approach to thyroidectomy, the TransOral Submental Technique (TOaST), an extension of the “scarless” transoral he helped pioneer. “Hidden-Scar”-Thyroidectomy
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ENT-Thyroid Surgery Apr 25
Move all the basic parts to remember from peoples brain into a documentation, this will help reduce errors- thyroid surgery checklist hence forms the basic part of surgery. Go through this checklist and give your suggestions.
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