With worldwide contributions from experts in the field of parathyroid disease and surgery, Parathyroid Surgery: Fundamental and Advanced Concepts is the only text devoted specifically to the surgical management of parathyroid disease. Chapters include detailed discussions of preoperative diagnosis and testing, advanced imaging techniques and state-of-the-art surgical interventions, and incorporate thorough and judicious reviews of the current medical literature. Postoperative management strategies are also addressed to ensure physicians can safely optimize patient outcomes.
As a resource that includes all of the most critical, new topics in parathyroid surgery, this book will appeal to both surgical and nonsurgical professionals, including general otolaryngologists, general surgeons, endocrine surgeons, head and neck surgeons, surgical oncologists, and endocrinologists.
Chapter 1. History of Parathyroid Surgery
Janice L. Pasieka and Jon A. van Heerden
Chapter 2. Physiology of Calcium Regulation
Tracy S. Wang and Julie Ann Sosa
Chapter 3. Dysfunction and Pathology of Calcium Axis
Bethany A. Jackson, Anthony L. Mulloy, and René J. Harper
Chapter 4. Diagnostic and Laboratory Evaluation of Hyperparathyroidism
Chapter 5. Nonsurgical Therapy of Primary Hyperparathyroidism
Angela L. Carrelli and Shonni J. Silverberg
Chapter 6. Primary Hyperparathyroidism: Eligibility for Surgery
Justin P. Wagner and Michael W. Yeh
Chapter 7. Ultrasound of the Parathyroid Glands
Lisa A. Orloff and Ryan P. Goepfert
Chapter 8. Scintigraphic Evaluation of Parathyroid Adenomas: Techniques, Protocols,
Twyla B. Bartel, Tracy L. Yarbrough, and Brendan C. Stack, Jr.
Chapter 9. Adjunctive Imaging Modalities: MRI, CT, and 4D-CT
Steven E. Rodgers, Thinh H. Vu, Robert Preston Ray, Beth S. Edeiken-Monroe, and Nancy D. Perrier
Chapter 10. Conventional Parathyroid Surgery: Bilateral Exploration
Adrian M. Harvey and Janice L. Pasieka
Chapter 11. Minimally Invasive Video-Assisted Parathyroidectomy (MIVAP)
Paolo Miccoli and Michele N. Minuto
Chapter 12. Radioguided Parathyroidectomy
Rebecca S. Sippel and Herbert Chen
Chapter 13. Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy: North American Modifications
William S. Duke and David J. Terris
Chapter 14. Robotic Parathyroidectomy
Naciye Cigdem Arslan, Neil S. Tolley, and Eren Berber
Chapter 15. The Role of Intraoperative Parathyroid Hormone Assessment in Parathyroid
Phillip K. Pellitteri and Richard A. Hodin
Chapter 16. Renal Hyperparathyroidism
Cord Sturgeon and Peter Angelos
Chapter 17. MEN-Associated Hyperparathyroidism
Peter Stanton and Mark Sywak
Chapter 18. Post-Parathyroidectomy Management
Michael C. Singer and David L. Steward
Chapter 19. Prevention and Management of Complications
Maisie L. Shindo and Kresimira Milas
Chapter 20. Management of Refractory Disease
Jennifer L. Mariti and Gregory W. Randolph
Chapter 21. Parathyroid Carcinoma
Jonathan R. George and Gary L. Clayman
Chapter 22. The Future of Parathyroid Surgery
Wen T. Shen and Orlo H. Clark
David J. Terris, MD, FACS, is the Porubsky Distinguished Professor, as well as chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology and surgical director of the Thyroid Center at Georgia Regents University.
William S. Duke, MD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at Georgia Regents University (GRU). He completed his undergraduate studies at Louisiana State University (LSU) and obtained his medical degree from the LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Duke completed an otolaryngology residency at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington. After residency, he served an additional four years in the United States Army, including tenures as chief of otolaryngology during both domestic and overseas assignments. Dr. Duke went on to complete a fellowship in head and neck endocrine surgery at Georgia Regents University, where he now serves as a member of the GRU Thyroid and Parathyroid Center.
Janice Pasieka, MD, FRCSC FACS, graduated from the University of Western Ontario Medical School and completed her general surgery residency training at the University of Calgary. Following her residency, she completed three years of endocrine surgical training—a year of which under the mentorship of Dr. Norman Thompson at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Dr. Pasieka went on to study endocrine surgery at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden under the mentorship of Dr. Bertil Hamberger. She returned to the University of Calgary and has devoted her clinical practice solely to endocrine surgical diseases.