Large parathyroid adenoma in the left tracheoesophageal groove
Ten days after the admission, the patient underwent surgical neck
exploration with intraoperative PTH-assay: the two preoperatively
documented parathyroid glands were identified (Fig. 3) and
intraoperative PTH monitoring assessed a baseline value of
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