Risk factors' analysis of transient and permanent hypoparathyroidism after thyroidectomy

Fatica, F.; Maffongelli, A.; Caternicchia, F.

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Abstract

This review evaluates those main risk factors that can affect patients undergoing thyroidectomy, to reach a better pre- and post-operative management of transient and permanent hypoparathyroidism.The transient hypoparathyroidism is a potentially severe complication of thyroidectomy, including a wide range of signs and symptoms that persists for a few weeks. The definitive hypoparathyroidism occurs when a medical treatment is necessary over 12 months. Risk factors that may influence the onset of this condition after thyroidectomy include: pre- and post-operative biochemical factors, such as serum calcium levels, vitamin D blood concentrations and intact PTH. Other involved factors could be summarized as follow: female sex, Graves' or thyroid neoplastic diseases, surgeon's dexterity and surgical technique. The medical treatment includes the administration of calcium, vitamin D and magnesium sometimes. Although biological and biochemical factors could be related to iatrogenic hypoparathyroidism, the surgeon's experience and the used surgical technique still maintain a crucial role in the aetiology of this important complication.
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)e271-e277
Numero di pagine7
RivistaLA CLINICA TERAPEUTICA
Volume168
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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Fatica, F.; Maffongelli, A.; Caternicchia, F. (2017). Risk factors' analysis of transient and permanent hypoparathyroidism after thyroidectomy. LA CLINICA TERAPEUTICA, 168, e271-e277.

Risk factors' analysis of transient and permanent hypoparathyroidism after thyroidectomy. / Fatica, F.; Maffongelli, A.; Caternicchia, F.

In: LA CLINICA TERAPEUTICA, Vol. 168, 2017, pag. e271-e277.

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Fatica, F.; Maffongelli, A.; Caternicchia, F. 2017, 'Risk factors' analysis of transient and permanent hypoparathyroidism after thyroidectomy', LA CLINICA TERAPEUTICA, vol. 168, pagg. e271-e277.
Fatica, F.; Maffongelli, A.; Caternicchia, F. / Risk factors' analysis of transient and permanent hypoparathyroidism after thyroidectomy. In: LA CLINICA TERAPEUTICA. 2017 ; Vol. 168. pagg. e271-e277.
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