Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, United Kingdom
03 May 2019 - 03 May 2019
Free for RSM members, Non-members: £5 - £70
Will the current guidelines affect the prognosis or prove that some patients had unnecessary thyroid surgery in the past? This afternoon meeting will review current best practice in thyroid surgery.
- Options for treatment of low risk thyroid cancer
- Impact of thyroid disease on the airway
- How surgeons are affected by BAETS guidelines
Mr Guri Sandhu is presenting his experience in the management of advanced thyroid cancers involving the trachea and airway. The 2014 BTA (British Thyroid Association) guidelines have revised its views on low risk thyroid cancers, with Mr Jeremy Davis shall highlight the diagnostic and therapeutic changes and it’s possible affects on the outcomes.
Professor Oliver Kaschke will share his views on the management options for low risk thyroid cancer.