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Clinical Predictors of Quality of Life in Patients With Initial Differentiated Thyroid Cancers

Clinical Predictors of Quality of Life in Patients With Initial Differentiated Thyroid Cancers,10.1001/archoto.2009.16,Archives of Otolaryngology-head

Clinical Predictors of Quality of Life in Patients With Initial Differentiated Thyroid Cancers   (Citations: 5)
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    • ...months to ten years after radioiodine ablation, Almeida et al. (2009) reported a relationship between QoL and therapy when activities above 5.55 GBq were administered...
    • ...Reports in the literature recommend that special attention should be paid to QoL in DTC subjects heavily treated with radioiodine (Almeida et al., 2009; Hirsch et al., 2009) and with a more recent history of DTC (Hoftijzer et al., 2008)...

    Massimo Giustiet al. Five-year longitudinal evaluation of quality of life in a cohort of pa...

    • ...There is limited information about the medium to long-term quality of life (QOL) and the existing studies suffer from limitations including a cross-sectional design [9-14], a small sample size [15,16], the small number of QOL domains assessed [10,16] and the absence of baseline QOL data...
    • ...Age at initial treatment is often quoted as a QOL predictive factor with older patients more vulnerable than the young [9,12-14]...

    David Taïebet al. Heath-related quality of life in thyroid cancer patients following rad...

    • ...The QoL after surgery for WDTC is better than in patients who received radioactive iodine therapy, suggesting that the surgery has a more positive impact than some therapeutic alternatives [26]...
    • ...It has been shown by others that the morbidity after second intervention increases [6, 26]...

    F. Hubertus Schmitz-Winnenthalet al. Quality of life is not influenced by the extent of surgery in patients...

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