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(J Laryngol Otol[TA])
13,422 results
  • A paired comparison analysis of third-party rater thyroidectomy scar preference. [Journal Article]
  • JLJ Laryngol Otol 2016 Dec 05; :1-6
  • Rajakumar C, Doyle PC, … Fung K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Naïve raters preferred low, short scars over the alternatives. High, short scars were the next most favourably rated. If other factors influencing incision choice are considered equal, surgeons should consider these preferences in scar position and length when planning their thyroidectomy approach.
  • Racial disparities in papillary thyroid microcarcinoma survival. [Journal Article]
  • JLJ Laryngol Otol 2016 Dec 05; :1-5
  • Megwalu UC, Saini AT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Black race is a negative prognostic factor in thyroid cancer, which cannot be explained by advanced disease stage. Further research on mechanisms by which race affects survival is needed to reveal areas of opportunity for interventions aimed at reducing health disparities in cancer care.
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