The widely invasive type is more likely to show recurrence and distant metastasis than the minimally invasive type, resulting in a poorer prognosis (see CQ22). In this CQ, how to manage the widely invasive type diagnosed on pathological examination is investigated.
Distant Metastasis Total Thyroidectomy Differentiate Thyroid Carcinoma Major Adverse Event Follicular Carcinoma
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