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When to evaluate the final success rate of thyroid remnant ablation following low dose I-131 administration?


Medvedec, Mario
When to evaluate the final success rate of thyroid remnant ablation following low dose I-131 administration? // Abstract Book of the 57th Annual Meeting of The Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) ; u: The Journal of Nuclear Medicine 51 (2010) (S2) ; 147 / Schelbert, Heinrich R. (ur.).
Reston: The Society of Nuclear Medicine, 2010. str. 41P-41P (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
When to evaluate the final success rate of thyroid remnant ablation following low dose I-131 administration?

Autori
Medvedec, Mario

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Abstract Book of the 57th Annual Meeting of The Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) ; u: The Journal of Nuclear Medicine 51 (2010) (S2) ; 147 / Schelbert, Heinrich R. - Reston : The Society of Nuclear Medicine, 2010, 41P-41P

Skup
Annual Meeting of The Society of Nuclear Medicine (57 ; 2010)

Mjesto i datum
Salt Lake City, Utah, SAD, 05.-09.06.2010

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
thyroid cancer; radioiodine-131 activity; timing; thyroid remnant ablation duration

Sažetak
This work challenges the applicability of the usual procedure guideline on the recommended time period of 6-12 months for post-thyroidectomy post-ablation imaging to evaluate the ablation success rate, in case when a very low activity of I-131 is administered for thyroid remnant ablation in well-differentiated thyroid cancer patients. One-hundred and ten patients were included in this study. The inclusion criteria were: [A] total thyroidectomy for papillary pT1-2N0M0 thyroid cancer, [B] TSH>30 mU/L, measured Tg and negative Tg antibodies off T4, [C] radioiodine treatment for thyroid remnant with 0.9 GBq I-131, [D] one post-ablation and 4 follow-up sets of I-131 scans. The successful ablation of thyroid remnant was defined as negative thyroid bed uptake on the whole-body and neck/chest scans with 185 MBq I-131. The patents were given 900±14 MBq I-131 at TSH of 86±37 mU/L. All post-ablation scans were positive regardless of skipped post-thyroidectomy pre-ablation diagnostic radioiodine scanning. At the first, second, third and fourth follow-up examination performed 8±3, 21±3, 34±4 and 48±4 months post-ablation, the complete ablation of thyroid remnants was achieved in 59%, 74%, 76% and 80% of patients, and in 73%, 83%, 85%, 87% of lesions, respectively, without any additional radiation treatment in the meantime. Similar trends have, interestingly, been observed after the administration of moderate and high ablation activities of I-131 as well (Kusacic Kuna S. Nucl Med Commun 2009). The ever lowest activity of I-131 used for more than ten years in a large serie of post-surgical thyroid cancer patients (>500 of our patients so far) appears justified, optimized and dose-compliant for high but delayed complete ablation rate. Thyroid remnant ablation process itself seems to last significantly longer than usually expected. All this has already caused large, if not dramatic, changes in overall postsurgical treatment procedure for well-differentiated thyroid cancer in our patients.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Fizika, Elektrotehnika, Kliničke medicinske znanosti



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Ustanove:
Klinički bolnički centar Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Mario Medvedec (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Medvedec, Mario
When to evaluate the final success rate of thyroid remnant ablation following low dose I-131 administration? // Abstract Book of the 57th Annual Meeting of The Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) ; u: The Journal of Nuclear Medicine 51 (2010) (S2) ; 147 / Schelbert, Heinrich R. (ur.).
Reston: The Society of Nuclear Medicine, 2010. str. 41P-41P (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Medvedec, M. (2010) When to evaluate the final success rate of thyroid remnant ablation following low dose I-131 administration?. U: Schelbert, H. (ur.)Abstract Book of the 57th Annual Meeting of The Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) ; u: The Journal of Nuclear Medicine 51 (2010) (S2) ; 147.
@article{article, author = {Medvedec, M.}, editor = {Schelbert, H.}, year = {2010}, pages = {41P-41P}, keywords = {thyroid cancer, radioiodine-131 activity, timing, thyroid remnant ablation duration}, title = {When to evaluate the final success rate of thyroid remnant ablation following low dose I-131 administration?}, keyword = {thyroid cancer, radioiodine-131 activity, timing, thyroid remnant ablation duration}, publisher = {The Society of Nuclear Medicine}, publisherplace = {Salt Lake City, Utah, SAD} }
@article{article, author = {Medvedec, M.}, editor = {Schelbert, H.}, year = {2010}, pages = {41P-41P}, keywords = {thyroid cancer, radioiodine-131 activity, timing, thyroid remnant ablation duration}, title = {When to evaluate the final success rate of thyroid remnant ablation following low dose I-131 administration?}, keyword = {thyroid cancer, radioiodine-131 activity, timing, thyroid remnant ablation duration}, publisher = {The Society of Nuclear Medicine}, publisherplace = {Salt Lake City, Utah, SAD} }

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