Radioiodine ablation therapy

What is Radioiodine ablation therapy?

Ablation Therapy is used as part of the treatment for cancer of the thyroid. The cancer itself is removed by surgery.Radioiodine treatment uses a form of iodine that is radioactive. It deactivates thyroid tissue without the need for surgery.

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I have just received the results from a comprehensive metabolic Pnl. There is an indication of low results for alkaline phosphatase (47) and TSH...

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Low result of Alk. Phos.has little clinical significance. Higher FT4 and low TSH value along with fatiguability indicate Thyrotoxicosis. But it...

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