In this review article from the International Journal of Endocrine Oncology, the authors explore the altered molecular pathways implicated in the development of medullary thyroid cancer and therapeutic strategies based on targeting identified signaling pathways.
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In this review article read about how advancements in our understanding of the genetics are opening up new avenues for the diagnosis and management of familial pituitary adenomas.
In this perspective article from the International Journal of Endocrine Oncology, the authors explore the benefits of resection of primary gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumors.
This case report details a rare example of a woman with metastatic and rapidly progressive secretory paraganglioma who responded rapidly and durably to lenvatinib.
Given that treatment goals following surgery for medullary thyroid carcinoma differ depending on tumor stage and other the parameters of progressive disease, how might follow-up treatment be risk stratified?
Read more about two cases of adrenocortical carcinoma and their management in light of clinical trial results supporting the use of adrenalytic mitotane as adjuvant therapy and a three-drug chemotherapy combination in the metastatic setting.
Medullary thyroid carcinomas commonly spread to cervical and mediastinal lymph nodes – learn further about the surgical management of lymph node metastases in the disease in this review article.
Read more on models of paragangliomas – the most hereditarily driven of all human tumors.
What is the potential of circulating blood-borne microRNAs as markers of adrenocortical malignancy and prognosis? Read what the experts think in this opinion piece.
“Our goal as clinicians should be to offer these generally low-risk patients a management strategy with the least morbidity, fewest complications, best long-term cancer control and quality of life.”