Utility of At-Excision Intraoperative PTH for Unilateral Focused Parathyroidectomy

Utility of At-Excision Intraoperative PTH for Unilateral Focused Parathyroidectomy

506 ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC SURGERY AND SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY SURGEONS—ABSTRACTS Surgery, San Francisco, CA, USA; 2University Of California Los Ange...

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ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC SURGERY AND SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY SURGEONS—ABSTRACTS Surgery, San Francisco, CA, USA; 2University Of California Los Angeles - Department Of Surgery, Los Angeles, CA, USA

K. Heller,1 K. N. Patel1; 1New York University School Of Medicine - Surgery, New York, NY, USA

11.7. Cancer in Toxic Goitres: A Significant Association. P. Ramakant,1 A. Cherian,1 D. T. Abraham,1 M. Paul1; 1 Christian Medical College - Endocrine Surgery Department, Vellore, TAMIL NADU, India

11.15. Utility of At-Excision Intraoperative PTH for Unilateral Focused Parathyroidectomy. R. Casocaso,1 J. Ogilvie,1 K. Heller,1 K. N. Patel1; 1New York University School Of Medicine - Surgery, New York, NY, USA

11.8. Influence of Adrenal Pathology on Perioperative Outcomes: A Multi-institutional Analysis. C. M. Kiernan,1 M. C. Shinall,1 W. Mendez,2 J. T. Broome,1 M. F. Peters,1 C. C. Solorzano1; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, USA; 2University Of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

11.16. The Relationship of Intraoperative Identification of Parathyroid Glands to Postoperative Hypoparathyroidism after Total Thyroidectomy for Cancer. M. Abouzeid,1 J. Horwitz,1 D. Treitl,1 J. Ogilvie,1 K. Heller,1 K. N. Patel1; 1New York University School Of Medicine Surgery, New York, NY, USA

11.9. Real-Time Intraoperative Sestamibi Imaging as an Adjunct to Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy for Primary Hyperparathyroidism. R. L. Plews,1 N. C. Hall,1 A. Agrawal,1 J. E. Phay1; 1Ohio State University - Surgical Oncology, Columbus, OH, USA

11.17. Follicular Neoplasms: Does Size Matter?. Y. Ibrahim,1 H. M. Masoodi,1 T. Hu,1 E. Kandil1; 1Tulane University School Of Medicine - Division Of Endrocine & Oncologic Surgery, New Orleans, LA, USA

11.10. Hypertension Reduction after Parathyroidectomy for Primary Hyperparathyroidism. J. F. Burke,1 T. Nguyen,1 K. Naraharisetty,1 R. S. Sippel,1 H. Chen1; 1 University Of Wisconsin - Section Of Endocrine Surgery, Madison, WI, USA

11.11. Is the Incidence of Occult Micropapillary Thyroid Cancer Higher in Patients with Hurthle Cell and Follicular Lesions or Neoplasms When Compared to Benign Goiters?. C. Jillard,1 S. Amin,1 D. Carneiro-Pla1; 1 Medical University Of South Carolina - Surgical Oncology Department, Charleston, Sc, USA

11.12. High Expression of Somatostatin Type 2 Receptor (SSTR2) and Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide Receptor (GIPR) in Stomach and Duodenal Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETs). S. K. Sherman,1 J. E. Maxwell,1 J. C. Carr,1 D. Wang,1 M. O’Dorisio,2 T. M. O’Dorisio,3 J. R. Howe1; 1University Of Iowa Department Of Surgery Surgery, Iowa City, IA, USA; 2University Of Iowa Department Of Pediatrics - Pediatrics, Iowa City, IA, USA; 3 University Of Iowa Department Of Internal Medicine Internal Medicine, Iowa City, IA, USA

11.13. Ablation of Aggressive Thyroid Cancer Cells with High Intensity Focused Ultrasound and Ethanol. K. Tsumagari,1 N. Hoang,2 H. Murad,2 D. Slakey,1 D. Khismatullin,2 E. Kandil1; 1Tulane University School Of Medicine - Surgery, New Orleans, LA, USA; 2Tulane University - Biomedical Engineering, New Orleans, LA, USA

11.14. The Impact of BMI on the Presentation and Management of Primary Hyperparathyroidism. L. Ginocchio,1 R. Caso Caso,1 J. Zagzag,1 J. Ogilvie,1

11.18. Factors Associated with Success of Somatostatin Receptor Scintigraphy to Localize the Primary in Small Bowel Neuroendocrine Tumors. J. E. Maxwell,1 S. K. Sherman,1 D. Wang,1 Y. Menda,2 T. M. O’Dorisio,3 J. R. Howe1; 1University Of Iowa - Department Of General Surgery, Iowa City, IA, USA; 2University Of Iowa Department Of Radiology, Iowa City, IA, USA; 3University Of Iowa - Department Of Internal Medicine, Iowa City, IA, USA

11.19. Extent of Thyroidectomy in Patients with Dominant Bethesda III Nodules. A. M. Madiedo,1 B. Wang,1 Y. Zhang,1 J. I. Lew1; 1University Of Miami - The DeWitt Daughtry Family Department Of Surgery, Division Of Surgical Endocrinology, University Of Miami Leonard M. Miller School Of Medicine, Miami, FL, USA

PEDIATRICS/DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 1: CLINICAL 12.1. A Nationwide Analysis of Clinical Outcomes among Newborns with Esophageal Atresia and Tracheoesophageal Fistulas. B. Wang,2 B. J. Allan,2 J. Tashiro,2 P. P. Parikh,3 E. A. Perez,1 A. R. Hogan,1 H. L. Neville,1 J. E. Sola1; 1University Of Miami - Division Of Pediatric Surgery, Miami, FL, USA; 2University Of Miami Department Of Surgery, Miami, FL, USA; 3University Of Miami - Miller School Of Medicine, Miami, FL, USA

12.2. Comparison of Arthrotomy Knife to Bovie Blade in Performing the Myotomy during Laparoscopic Pyloromyotomy. P. G. Thomas,1 N. E. Sharp,1 S. D. St. Peter1; 1Children’s Mercy Hospital- University Of Missouri Kansas City - Department Of Pediatric Surgery, Kansas City, MO, USA