Parathyroid adenoma

What is Parathyroid adenoma?

A parathyroid adenoma is a benign tumor of the parathyroid gland. It generally causes hyperparathyroidism which causes your calcium and phosphorus balance to be disrupted.

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I would like to ask my question to Endocrinologist with reference to the discussion I have been having with Dr. XXXXXXX on your panel. Please...

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If high Ca was due to bone mets, it wouldn't have resulted in high PTH. High ca, high PTH with localisation on...

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I had a parathyroid adenoma removed 2 weeks ago today. Serum calcium and Vitamin D are in normal range as of 2/15 bloodwork, but my tsh which was...

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Good day. TSH goes down due to many reasons. Sick euthyroid state following surgery is one of the reasons. Excess thyroid hormone production...

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my wife age 43 yrs usg of neck reported by radiologist 1) small echogenic nodule in right thyroid lobe inferiory-? Parathyrooid adenoma :( 2) an...

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You havent told us why she got the USG done in the first place, is she having any symptoms of hyperthyroidism? Chronic infection? It depends on the...

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