Minimally Invasive Approaches to the Pediatric Thyroid and Parathyroid


Author/Year (Ref)

n

Pathology

Procedure

Approach from-

Age (y)

Volume

Op-t (min)

Complications

Napoli/2014 (16)

34

Multinodular goiter (n = 5)

Total thyroidectomy

Suprasternal notch

15

15.8 mma

40

Hypo-PTH (n = 14: 41 %)b
 
Toxic goiter (n = 4)
     
Vocal cord palsy (n = 2: 5.9 %)

Papillary carcinoma (n = 19)
 
Medullary carcinoma (n = 6)

Glynn/2014 (15)

6

Multiple endocrine neoplasia 2 (n = 6)

Total thyroidectomy

Suprasternal notch

5.3

NA

93

Hematoma (n = 1: 17 %)

Seybt/2011 (14)

19

Papillary cancer (n = 5)

Total thyroidectomy (n = 11)

Suprasternal notchc

15.4

NA

NA

Vocal cord palsy (n = 1: 4.3 %)
 
Follicular cancer (n = 3)

Hemithyroidectomy (n = 12)
   
Hypocalcemia (n = 2: 8.7 %)

Medullary cancer (n = 1)
      
Grave’s disease (n = 4)

Multinodular goiter (n = 3)

(Completion thyroidectomy; n = 3)

Lobe/2011 (13)

31

Hyperparathyroidism (n = 2)

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