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AHNS019

VOICE OUTCOMES FOLLOWING SURGERY FOR THYROID CANCER

Thyroid Cancer

Kevin J Kovatch, MD1, David Reyes-Gastelum, PhD2, David T Hughes, MD3, Ann S Hamilton, PhD4, Kevin Ward, PhD, MPH5, Megan R Haymart, MD2

1University of Michigan, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 2University of Michigan, Department of Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Diabetes, 3University of Michigan, Department of General Surgery, 4Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Department of Preventive Medicine, 5Emory University, Department of Epidemioloy


AHNS020

UTILITY OF INTRAOPERATIVE FROZEN SECTION IN LARGE THYROID NODULES

Thyroid Cancer

Craig A Bollig, MD, Jeffrey B Jorgensen, MD, Robert P Zitsch, III, MD, Laura M Dooley, MD

University of Missouri Dept. of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery


AHNS021

TRENDS IN OPIOD PRESCRIBING PRACTICES AFTER ENDOCRINE SURGERY

Thyroid Cancer

Lauren B Moneta, MD, Enrique Leon, BA, Maisie Shindo, MD

Oregon Health & Science University


AHNS024

THE POST-THYROIDECTOMY VOICE: THE DISCONNECT BETWEEN PATIENT-PERCEIVED VOICE CHANGES AND OBJECTIVE VOICE MEASURES IN THE FIRST POSTOPERATIVE YEAR

Thyroid Cancer

Heidi Kletzien, MS1, Cameron L Macdonald, PhD2, Jason Orne, PhD3, David O Francis, MD, MS1, Glen Leverson, PhD1, Elizabeth Wendt, MPH1, Rebecca S Sippel, MD1, Nadine P Connor, PhD1

1University of WIsconsin-Madison, 2Qualitative Health Research Consultants, 3Drexel University


AHNS067

PARATHYROID HORMONE LEVEL ALONE IS MOST ACCURATE PREDICTOR OF INTRAVENOUS CALCIUM ADMINISTRATION AFTER THYROIDECTOMY

Thyroid Cancer

Catherine Frenkel, MD1, Anthony Ferrara, MD2, Jie Yang, PhD2, Jihye Park2, Ghassan Samara, MD2

1University of Pennsylvania, 2Stony Brook Medicine