Abstract| Volume 43, ISSUE 12, P2382-2383, December 2017

18Fluorocholine PET/CT scanning for persistent primary hyperparathyroidism; a useful new tool

      Introduction: Redo parathyroidectomy for persistent primary hyperparathyroidism (p-PHPT) is associated with a higher risk of complications and should be planned only in the presence of convincing localization. This study assessed the ability of 18Fluorocholine PET/CT (PET-choline) scans to identify parathyroid adenoma(s) in patients with p-PHPT and negative conventional scans.
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