Added text to state that in the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) database, the papillary subtype was the most common, followed by the follicular variant subtype, the follicular subtype, and the medullary subtype. As pediatric patients reached the ages of 15 to 19 years, the incidences of the papillary and follicular variant subtypes increased. An analysis of medullary thyroid cancer data revealed that the incidence was the highest in the age group of 0 to 4 years and declined at older ages.
Revised text to state that pediatric thyroid surgery is ideally completed by a surgeon who has experience performing endocrine procedures in children and in a hospital with the full spectrum of pediatric specialty care.
Added text to state that because of the increased morbidity associated with central lymph node dissection, it is important to carefully individualize each case on the basis of the risks and benefits of the extent of dissection (cited Machens et al. as reference 4).
Added text to state that investigators have concluded that prophylactic central node dissection should not be performed on patients with hereditary medullary thyroid cancer if their basal calcitonin serum levels are lower than 40 pg/mL (cited Machens et al. as reference 5).
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