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Incidence And Malignancy Rates Of Indeterminate Pediatric Thyroid Nodules

H. Wang, M. Mehrad, K. Ely, Jiancong Liang, C. Solórzano, W. Neblett, A. Coogan, V. Weiss
Published 2019 · Medicine

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The American Thyroid Association guidelines task force currently recommends definitive thyroidectomy or lobectomy after an indeterminate thyroid biopsy in children. This recommendation is based on evidence of a greater incidence and a higher risk of malignancy compared with adults in earlier pediatric studies. Such management may lead to overtreatment and unnecessary surgery for many children in the United States.
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