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Nutritional Issues in Patients with Thyroid Cancer

  • Stanisław Kłęk
Part of the Head and Neck Cancer Clinics book series (HNCC)

Abstract

This chapter covers nutritional problems in thyroid cancer patients. The specific nutritional issues related to thyroid cancer, as well as to surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and palliative care are discussed.

Keywords

Palliative Care Thyroid Cancer Enteral Nutrition Papillary Thyroid Cancer Iodine Deficiency 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of General Surgery, 1st Chair of General SurgeryJagiellonian University Medical College and Nutrimed Medical CorporationKrakowPoland

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