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Klassifikation der Schilddrüsentumoren

  • S. F. Lax
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Zusammenfassung

Die Klassifikation der benignen und malignen Tumoren der Schilddrüse und der Schilddrüsenkarzinome im speziellen wurde 1988 von der WHO neu festgelegt (Hedinger 1988, 1989). Dabei wurde die Einteilung vereinfacht und unter Berücksichtigung neuer Erkenntnisse modifiziert. Diese Klassifikation, die im folgenden genauer dargestellt wird, sollte generell sowohl von Pathologen, als auch von Chirurgen, Internisten und Isotopenmedizinern verwendet werden, ihnen sozusagen als gemeinsame „Sprache“ dienen. Sogenannte Privatnomenklaturen erschweren ein exaktes therapeutisches Vorgehen und machen eine wissenschaftliche Auswertung des Krankengutes unmöglich.

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