Peculiarities of individual miniinvasive surgery in the surgical treatment of nodular pathology of the thyroid gland in children

Authors

  • Ţîbîrnă Andrei
  • Ţîbîrnă Gheorghe
  • Bejenaru Lilian

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52692/1857-0011.2021.2-70.07

Keywords:

tumor, minimally invasive surgery, nodular pathology, papillary cancer, follicular cancer, child

Abstract

Peculiarities of individual mini-invasive surgery in the surgical treatment of nodular pathology of the thyroid gland in children. During 40 years in the clinic „Surgery of tumors of the head and neck region” of the Oncological Institute of Republic of Moldova were treated 18549 patients with thyroid nodular pathologies, of which 1078 were children. 105 (9,7%) children were diagnosed with thyroid cancer, 534 (49,5%) – with adenomas, 213 (19,7%) – with toxic nodular goiter, 226 (21%) – with Hashimoto’s stroke. The ratio of affecting girls / boys 6: 1, the most vulnerable age – 9-16 years. The most common morphological forms were papillary and follicular cancer 97 children (92,3%). During 2020, the method of mini-invasive organ-threatening operations in children with thyroid nodular processes was implemented. The main advantages of mini-invasive operations are the following:Intraoperative safety The small cost Minimal postoperative complications

Author Biographies

Ţîbîrnă Andrei

dr. șt. med., conf. univ

Ţîbîrnă Gheorghe

dr. hab. șt. med., prof. univ., acad. AȘM

Bejenaru Lilian

doctorand

Published

2021-06-25