Total versus near-total thyroidectomy in Graves Disease. Results of the randomized controlled multicenter TONIG-trial. Ann Surg 2019; 270: 755-761
Published: 24th January 2020
Authors: Maurer E, Maschuw K, Reuss A, Zieren HU, Zielke A, Goretzki P et al.
Rates of early and persistent hypoparathyroidism, laryngeal nerve injury, and reoperation for bleeding were similar in this study that included 205 procedures. Only one patient developed recurrence.Pubmed Link
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