Radyoaktif İyot Tedavisi Sonrası Diferansiye Tiroid Kanserlerinin Takibi-The Follow-up of Differentiated Thyroid Cancers After Radioactive Iodine Treatment

Ebuzer Kalender, Füsun Aydoğan, Cem Oruç
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Özet: Diferansiye tiroid kanserleri (DTK) çok iyi prognoza sahip en sık görülen endokrin malignitelerdir. Tiroidektomi sonrası seçilen hastalara uygulanan radyoaktif iyot tedavisi (RİT) oldukça etkin bir tedavi yöntemidir. Bu hastalarda tedavi sonrası takipler, nüks oranlarının yüksek olması ve bazı olgularda uzak metastaz gelişmesi nedeniyle büyük önem arzetmektedir. Bu derlemede RİT sonrası DTK’lı hastaların takibinde kullanılan yöntemler anlatılmaktadır.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Diferansiye tiroid kanseri, Radyoaktif iyot tedavisi, Takip

Abstarct: Differentiated thyroid cancerc (DTC) which have very good prognosis are the most common endocrine malignancies. Radioactive iodine treatment (RIT) applied to selected patients after thyroidectomy is a highly effective treatment method. Post-treatment follow-up of these patients exhibits a great importance because of the higher relapse rates and development of distant metastases in some cases. In this review, the methods used in the follow-up DTC patients after RIT are reported.

Key Words:

Giriş: Differentiated thyroid cancer, Radioactive iodine treatment, Follow-up.


Anahtar kelimeler


Diferansiye tiroid kanseri, Radyoaktif iyot tedavisi, Takip

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17944/mkutfd.32467

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