Systematic review of surgical and medical treatment for tertiary hyperparathyroidism. BJS 2017; 104: 804-813.
Published: 18th May 2017
Authors: R. R. Dulfer, G. J. H. Franssen, D. A. Hesselink, E. J. Hoorn, C. H. J. van Eijck, T. M. van Ginhoven et al.
A significant proportion of patients with chronic kidney disease and secondary hyperparathyroidism (
A systematic review was performed and medical literature databases were searched for studies on the treatment of tertiary
A total of 1669 articles were identified, of which 47 were included in the review. Following subtotal and total parathyroidectomy, initial cure rates were 98·7 and 100 per cent respectively, but in 7·6 and 4 per cent of patients tertiary
Side‐effects and complications of both treatment modalities were mild and occurred in a minority of patients. Surgical treatment for tertiary
You may also be interested in
Meta‐analysis comparing upfront surgery with neoadjuvant treatment in patients with resectable or borderline resectable pancreatic cancer.
Authors: E. Versteijne, J. A. Vogel, M. G. Besselink, O. R. C. Busch, J. W. Wilmink, J. G. Daams et al.
Notes: Improved survival with neoadjuvant
Authors: F. P. Prete, T. Abdel‐Aziz, C. Morkane, C. Brain, T. R. Kurzawinski, P. Hindmarsh et al.
Notes: Centralization needed
Authors: M. Mansourati, V. Kumar, M. Khajanchi, M. L. Saha, S. Dharap, R. Seger et al.
Notes: High burden of late mortality
Meta‐analysis evaluating music interventions for anxiety and pain in surgery. BJS 2018; 105: 773-783.
Authors: A. Y. R. Kühlmann, A. de Rooij, L. F. Kroese, M. van Dijk, M. G. M. Hunink, J. Jeekel et al.
Prognostic significance of gross extrathyroidal extension invading only strap muscles in differentiated thyroid carcinoma.
Authors: S. Y. Park, H. I. Kim, J.‐H. Kim, J. S. Kim, Y. L. Oh, S. W. Kim et al.
Notes: None for survival
Authors: M. Almquist, K. Ivarsson, E. Nordenström, A. Bergenfelz
Notes: Higher than expected
Authors: A. L. van den Boom, E. M. L. de Wijkerslooth, K. A. L. Mauff, I. Dawson, C. C. van Rossem, B. R. Toorenvliet et al.
Development and evaluation of a patient‐centred measurement tool for surgeons’ non‐technical skills. BJS 2018; 105: 876-884.
Authors: J. Yule, K. Hill, S. Yule
Notes: Valid and reliable
Construct and criterion validity testing of the Non‐Technical Skills for Surgeons (NOTSS) behaviour assessment tool using videos of simulated operations. BJS 2018; 105: 719-727.
Authors: S. Yule, A. Gupta, D. Gazarian, A. Geraghty, D. S. Smink, J. Beard et al.
Notes: Useful for research and education
Authors: S. Pengelly, J. E. A. Berry, S. E. Herrick, D. M. Bowley, G. L. Carlson
Notes: Most closed; hernia rates similar to primary closure