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T U Kars, M Kulaksızoğlu, and İ Kılınç

Introduction Thyroid cancer is the most common cancer of the endocrine system, with a continuously increasing incidence in the last decades ( Pellegriti et al. 2013 ). Papillary thyroid carcinoma is the most prevalent histologic type

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Vineeth Sukrithan, Prachi Jain, Manisha H Shah, and Bhavana Konda

Introduction Differentiated thyroid cancers (DTCs) represent the most common type of thyroid cancers (85%), followed by medullary thyroid cancers (MTCs) and anaplastic thyroid cancers (ATCs), representing 2 to 8% and 1%, respectively ( Porter

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Patrick W Owens, Terri Patricia McVeigh, Nicola Miller, Carole Guerin, Frederic Sebag, Denis Quill, Marcia Bell, Michael J Kerin, and Aoife J Lowery

Introduction Thyroid cancer is the most common endocrine malignancy with an increasing incidence recorded over recent decades in Western countries, including Ireland. Genetic factors play a significant role in the determination of thyroid

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Krishna Vikneson, Tariq Haniff, May Thwin, Ahmad Aniss, Alex Papachristos, Mark Sywak, and Anthony Glover

Introduction Well-differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC) and papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) incidence has been increasing in comparison to other thyroid cancers ( Davies & Welch 2014 , Davies & Hoang 2021 ). However, most thyroid cancer

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Macarena Contreras Angulo, Belén García Izquierdo, Laura Armengod Grao, and Nuria Palacios García

, Nakashima et al. 2022 ). Although advanced neoplasm could be a potential cause of systemic TMA in our case, we consider it unlikely as no cases have been described associated with thyroid cancer in the absence of other recognized etiologic factors

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Benjamin J Worrall, Alexander Papachristos, Ahmad Aniss, Anthony Glover, Stan B Sidhu, Roderick J Clifton-Bligh, Diana Learoyd, Venessa H M Tsang, Matti Gild, Bruce G Robinson, and Mark S Sywak

Introduction Papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) is the most common subtype of differentiated thyroid cancer, which comprises over 90% of all thyroid cancers ( Sherman 2003 , Haugen 2016 ). PTC has the best prognosis of all thyroid cancer

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Sandra Pekic, Marko Stojanovic, and Vera Popovic

et al. 2014 , Terzolo et al. 2017 , Esposito et al. 2018 , 2021 ). Large epidemiological and observational studies on all cancers, colorectal cancer and thyroid cancers show inconsistent results ( Orme et al. 1998 , Jenkins & Besser 2001

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Christie G Turin, Molly M Crenshaw, and Lauren Fishbein

2A: Medullary thyroid cancer, pheochromocytoma, primary hyperparathyroidism MEN2B: Medullary thyroid cancer, pheochromocytoma, mucosal neuromas MEN 2A: Calcitonin at 3–5 years old or prophylactic thyroidectomy. Calcium and PTH at 8 years old or 20