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Thyroid lesions incidentally detected by [sup] 18F-FDG PET-CT : a two centre retrospective study
Jan Jamšek, Ivana Žagar, Simona Gaberšček, Marko Grmek, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Incidental 18F-FDG uptake in the thyroid on PET-CT examinations represents a diagnostic challenge. The maximal standardized uptake value (SUVmax) is one possible parameter that can help in distinguishing between benign and malignant thyroid PET lesions. We retrospectively evaluated 18F-FDG PET-CT examinations of 5,911 patients performed at two different medical centres from 2010 to 2011. If pathologically increased activity was accidentally detected in the thyroid, the SUVmax of the thyroid lesion was calculated. Patients with incidental 18F-FDG uptake in the thyroid were instructed to visit a thyroidologist, who performed further investigation including fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) if needed. Lesions deemed suspicious after FNAC were referred for surgery. Incidental 18F-FDG uptake in the thyroid was found in 3.89% - in 230 out of 5,911 patients investigated on PET-CT. Malignant thyroid lesions (represented with focal thyroid uptake) were detected in 10 of 66 patients (in 15.2%). In the first medical centre the SUVmax of 36 benign lesions was 5.6 +- 2.8 compared to 15.8 +- 9.2 of 5 malignant lesions (p < 0.001). In the second centre the SUVmax of 20 benign lesions was 3.7 +- 2.2 compared to 5.1 +- 2.3 of 5 malignant lesions (p = 0.217). All 29 further investigated diffuse thyroid lesions were benign. Incidental 18F-FDG uptake in the thyroid was found in 3.89% of patients who had a PET-CT examination. Only focal thyroid uptake represented a malignant lesion in our study - in 15.2% of all focal thyroid lesions. SUVmax should only serve as one of several parameters that alert the clinician on the possibility of thyroid malignancy.
Keywords: thyroid cancer, PET incidentaloma, PET-CT
Published in DiRROS: 22.04.2024; Views: 215; Downloads: 61
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The development of nuclear medicine in Slovenia and Ljubljana; half a century of nuclear medicine in Slovenia
Zvonka Zupanič Slavec, Simona Gaberšček, Ksenija Slavec, 2012, review article

Abstract: Background. Nuclear medicine began to be developed in the USA after 1938 when radionuclides were introduced into medicine and in Europe after radionuclides began to be produced at the Harwell reactor (England, 1947). Slovenia began its first investigations in the 1950s. This article describes the development of nucleor medicine in Slovenia and Ljubljana. The first nuclear medicine interventions were performed in Slovenia at the Internal Clinic in Ljubljana in the period 1954-1959. ln 1954, Dr Jože Satler started using radioactive iodine for thyroid investigations. In the same year, Dr Bojan Varl, who is considered the pioneer of nuclear medicine in Slovenia, began systematically introducing nuclear medicine. The first radioisotope laboratories were established in January 1960 at the Institute of Oncology and at the Internal Clinic. Under the direction of Dr. Varl, the laboratory at the Internal Clinicdeveloped gradually and in 1973 became the Clinic for Nuclear Medicine with departments for in viva and in vi/ro diagnostics and for the treatment ofinpatients and outpatients at the thyroid department. The Clinic for NuclearMedicine beca me a teaching unit of the Medical Faculty and developed its own post-graduate programme- the first student enrolled in 1972. In the 1960s, radioisotope laboratories opened in the general hospitals of Slovenj Gradec and Celje, and in the I 970s also in Maribor. Izola and Šempeter pri Novi Gorici. Conclusions. Nowadays, nuclear medicine units are modernly equipped and the staff is trained in morphological, functional and laboratory diagnostics in c1inical medicine. They also work on the treatment of cancer, increased thyroid function and other diseases.
Published in DiRROS: 22.03.2024; Views: 229; Downloads: 114
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Neželeni učinki imunoterapije raka na ščitnico
Katica Bajuk-Studen, Katja Zaletel, Simona Gaberšček, 2018, published professional conference contribution

Keywords: ščitnica, imunoterapija
Published in DiRROS: 11.05.2020; Views: 1965; Downloads: 583
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Majhna žleza v obliki metuljčka
Simona Gaberšček, 2009, professional article

Published in DiRROS: 29.04.2016; Views: 3486; Downloads: 710
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