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Table 3 Frequency of thyroid cancer in patients undergoing parathyroidectomy

From: Coexistent papillary thyroid carcinoma diagnosed in surgically treated patients for primary versus secondary hyperparathyroidism: same incidence, different characteristics

Study Country Year (P)HPT patients Concomitant thyroid cancer
No. No. %
Masatsuguet al (21) Japan 2005 110 20 18.2
Kösem M et al (22) Turkey 2004 51 9 17.6
Current study Romania 2019 140 19 13.6
Attie J and Vardhan R (26) USA 1993 242 31 12.8
Gates JD et al (27) USA 2009 24 3 12.5
Kutlutürk K et al(19) Turkey 2014 46 5 10.9
Trout HH and Moulder DJ(28) USA 1972 30 3 10.0
Ellenberget al(29) USA 1962 93 7 7.5
Wright MC et al(82) USA 2017 103 7 6.8
Livolsi VA and Feind CR(54) USA 1976 471 31 6.6
Kaplan et al(45) USA 1971 62 4 6.5
Krementz et al(34) USA 1971 100 6 6.0
Morita SY et al (49) USA 2008 200 12 6.0
Petro AB and Hardy JD(88) USA 1974 104 5 4.8
Monroe DP et al (30) USA 2008 194 9 4.6
Sindhu S and Campbell P (24) Australia 2001 65 3 4.6
Prinzet al (55) USA 1982 351 15 4.3
Krause U et al (31) Germany 1991 163 6 3.7
Feind CR(32) USA 1964 119 4 3.4
Nishiyamaet al (56) Japan 1979 420 13 3.1
Beus KS and Stack BC (33) USA 2003 101 3 3.0
Burmeisteret al (18) USA 1996 700 18 2.6
Yazici P et al (89) Turkey 2015 228 6 2.6
Jovanovic MD et al (17)* Serbia 2017 849 21 2.5
Linos DA et al (16) USA 1982 2058 51 2.5
Bentrem DJ et al (23) USA 2002 580 12 2.1
ZhengYXet al (20) China 2007 52 1 1.9
Ogburn P and Black B(10) USA 1956 230 4 1.7
EmirikçiS et al(41) Turkey 2015 550 5 0.9
Total    8862 358 4