Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Updates in the Understanding and Management of Thyroid Cancer

Edited by Thomas J. Fahey

Weill Cornell Medicine, United States of America

Thyroid cancer can be either common or rare, and takes several forms in multiple populations, such as children and adolescents. The chapters in this book, which provide state-of-the-art knowledge in understanding and treating the condition, are therefore welcome. Our understanding of thyroid cancer is advanced by several chapters on its incidence in a Spanish population, the functionality of p53 and the use of microarray technology in research. Diagnostic issues include the roles of glycosylation and glycoproteins, and use of a γ-camera to evaluate the in vivo biodistributions and internal medical dosimetries of Iodine-131. The majority of chapters address the range of possible treatment protocols, such as IGF signalling, surgical management, sentinel lymph node biopsy, radioiodine treatment and differentiation therapy.

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Updates in the Understanding and Management of Thyroid CancerEdited by Thomas J. Fahey

Published: March 21st 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1332

ISBN: 978-953-51-0299-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-6901-7

Copyright year: 2012

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40067 Total Chapter Downloads

11 Crossref Citations

12 Web of Science Citations

18 Dimensions Citations

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1. An Epidemiological Analysis of Thyroid Cancer in a Spanish Population: Presentation, Incidence and Survival

By A. Rego-Iraeta, L. Pérez-Mendez and R.V. García-Mayor

2570

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2. The Functionality of p53 in Thyroid Cancer

By Debolina Ray, Matthew T. Balmer and Susannah Gal

2191

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3. Glycosylation and Glycoproteins in Thyroid Cancer: A Potential Role for Diagnostics

By Anna Krześlak, Paweł Jóźwiak and Anna Lipińska

2199

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4. Insulin-Like Growth Factor Receptor Signaling in Thyroid Cancers: Clinical Implications and Therapeutic Potential

By Geetika Chakravarty and Debasis Mondal

1724

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5. Principles and Application of Microarray Technology in Thyroid Cancer Research

By Walter Pulverer, Christa Noehammer, Klemens Vierlinger and Andreas Weinhaeusel

12218

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6. Evaluation and Management of Pediatric Thyroid Nodules

By Melanie Goldfarb and John I. Lew

1540

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7. Papillary Thyroid Cancer in Childhood and Adolescence with Specific Consideration of Patients After Radiation Exposure

By Yuri Demidchik, Mikhail Fridman, Kurt Werner Schmid, Christoph Reiners, Johannes Biko and Svetlana Mankovskaya

1877

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8. Thyroid Cancer in the Pediatric Population

By Silva Frieda, Nieves-Rivera Francisco and Laguna Reinaldo

1370

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9. Current Innovations and Opinions in the Surgical Management of Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma

By Brian Hung-Hin Lang

1953

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10. Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy in Well Differentiated Thyroid Cancer

By Tamara Mijovic, Keith Richardson, Richard J. Payne and Jacques How

2406

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11. Preparing Patients for Radioiodine Treatment: Increasing Thyroid Cell Uptake and Accelerating the Excretion of Unbound Radioiodine

By Milovan Matović

2855

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12. Differentiation Therapy in Thyroid Carcinoma

By Eleonore Fröhlich and Richard Wahl

2335

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13. Using γ-Camera to Evaluate the In Vivo Biodistributions and Internal Medical Dosimetries of Iodine-131 in Thyroidectomy Patients

By Sheng-Pin Changlai, Tom Changlai and Chien-Yi Chen

1599

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14. Thyroid Cancer: The Evolution of Treatment Options

By Hitoshi Noguchi

3233

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