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Application Of The Bethesda System For Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology In The Pediatric Population.

H. Vuong, A. Suzuki, H. Y. Na, Phạm Văn Tuyển, Doan Minh Khuy, H. C. Nguyen, Tikamporn Jitpasutham, A. Abelardo, T. Amano, S. Y. Park, C. Jung, M. Hirokawa, R. Katoh, K. Kakudo, A. Bychkov
Published 2020 · Medicine

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OBJECTIVES We aimed to provide the Asian experience with the Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology (TBSRTC) in pediatric thyroid nodules. METHODS Consecutive thyroid fine-needle aspirates (patient age, ≤18 years) were retrospectively collected from 7 tertiary centers in 5 Asian countries. RESULTS Of 194,364 thyroid aspirates, 0.6% were pediatric cases (mean age, 15.0 years). Among 827 nodules with accessible follow-up, the resection rate and risk of malignancy (ROM) were 36.3% and 59.0%, respectively. Malignant nodules (n = 179) accounted for 59.7% of resected nodules and 21.6% of all thyroid nodules with available follow-up. Compared with the published adult series, pediatric nodules had a higher resection rate and ROM, particularly in the indeterminate categories. CONCLUSIONS Our study demonstrates that Asian pediatric thyroid nodules had higher ROM than those from adults. The prototypic outputs of TBSRTC may need to be adjusted in the pediatric population.
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