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Feng Wu, Fuxingzi Li, Xiao Lin, Feng Xu, Rong-Rong Cui, Jia-Yu Zhong, Ting Zhu, Su-Kang Shan, Xiao-Bo Liao, Ling-Qing Yuan, and Zhao-Hui Mo

/bronchus cancer, colon/rectum and uterine corpus cancer ( Jemal et al. 2008 ). Among the several histological subtypes of thyroid cancer, papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) is the most common pathological subtype, accounting for approximately 80–90% of all thyroid

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Lauren N Pontius, Linda M Youngwirth, Samantha M Thomas, Randall P Scheri, Sanziana A Roman, and Julie A Sosa

Introduction Thyroid cancer is the fastest increasing cancer in the United States among both men and women, largely as a result of an increase in the incidence of papillary thyroid cancer (PTC), which now represents approximately 90% of all

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Kwon Joong Na and Hongyoon Choi

Introduction Thyroid cancer is the most common endocrine malignancy, and its incidence has increased almost 3-fold over the past decades ( Chen et al . 2009 , Siegel et al . 2016 ). Papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) is the predominant

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Xiaoli Liu, Chunhai Zhang, Xiaomiao Wang, Can Cui, Hanwen Cui, Baishu Zhu, Anqi Chen, Lu Zhang, Jingwei Xin, Qingfeng Fu, Gianlorenzo Dionigi, and Hui Sun

papillary thyroid cancer (PTC), follicular thyroid cancer, anaplastic thyroid cancer (ATC) and medullary thyroid cancer based on histological classification, where PTC as the most common histological type accounts for approximately 90% of all thyroid cancer

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R Michael Tuttle, Duan Li, and Fourat Ridouani

thyroid cancer. However, the last decade has seen a shift toward acceptance of more minimalistic management options such as active surveillance or thyroid lobectomy for properly selected patients with low-risk papillary thyroid cancer ( Haugen et al

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Päivi Siironen, Ari Ristimäki, Kirsi Narko, Stig Nordling, Johanna Louhimo, Sture Andersson, Reijo Haapiainen, and Caj Haglund

Introduction Papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) is a unique cancer for two reasons; first, its prognosis depends largely on age, and secondly, lymph node metastases (LNM) do not necessarily indicate poor survival. Many authors have

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Dan Luo, Shaohua Zhan, Wenchao Xia, Liang Huang, Wei Ge, and Tianxiao Wang

much of the world ( Cabanillas et al. 2016 ). The most common type of thyroid cancer is papillary thyroid cancer (PTC), comprising almost 80% of all cases ( Schneider & Chen 2013 ). Differentiated PTC usually has an excellent prognosis with 5-year

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Vincenzo Marotta, Concetta Sciammarella, Maria Grazia Chiofalo, Claudio Gambardella, Claudio Bellevicine, Marica Grasso, Giovanni Conzo, Giovanni Docimo, Gerardo Botti, Simona Losito, Giancarlo Troncone, Maurizio De Palma, Laura Giacomelli, Luciano Pezzullo, Annamaria Colao, and Antongiulio Faggiano

’s thyroiditis; PTC, Papillary thyroid cancer; RAI, Radio-iodine. Relationship between HT and clinico-pathological features at diagnosis Correlation between pathologically proven HT and baseline characteristics were reported in Table 2 . A wide

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Xiaopei Shen, Rengyun Liu, and Mingzhao Xing

Introduction Thyroid cancer is a common endocrine malignancy, consisting mostly of papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) and follicular thyroid cancer (FTC), with the former accounting for nearly 90% of all thyroid malignancies ( Siegel et al. 2015

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Jian Chen, Qingyuan Hu, Hongwei Hou, Shuo Wang, Yunfei Zhang, Yanbo Luo, Huan Chen, Huimin Deng, Hongfu Zhu, Lirong Zhang, Hansong Liu, An Wang, and Yong Liu

Introduction Thyroid cancer is a common endocrine malignancy with an increasing incidence worldwide ( La et al . 2015 ). In particular, papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) accounts for almost 90% of all thyroid tumors. Although the overall