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Near-total thyroidectomy

near-total thyroidectomy

(Science: procedure) Removal of nearly all of each thyroid lobe leaving unresected only a small portion of gland adjacent to the entrance of the recurrent laryngeal nerve into the larynx.


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... 74E; 1988. 5. Lin, Houshen. Shanghai Qigong Institute, Shanghai, China [1]. Clinical and laboratory study of the effect of qigong anaesthesia on thyroidectomy. 1st World Conf for Acad Exch of Medical Qigong. Beijing, China. 84E; 1988. 6. Sun, Quizhi; Zhao, Li. Kuangan Men Hospital, China Academy ...

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My Husband had a thyroidectomy 6 months ago. Immediately after surgery in the recovery room he complained of pain in the neck (left side) not the site of the surgery. Ever since he has weakness in his neck can't seem to hold it up, ...

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