Analysis of the results of surgical treatment of thyroid nodule
Salim Davlatov, Dilrabo Xamraeva, Zilola Suyarova
The terms "nodular (multinodular) goiter" (NG) and "nodal formations" (NF) are widely used in clinical thyroidology and are among the collective concepts that unite all true or false tumors in the thyroid gland that are palpable or detected by ultrasound. The study included 281 patients with thyroid disease who were hospitalized in the Surgery Department of the Samarkand State Medical Institute clinic for surgical treatment from 2008 to 2016. Among the patients were 253 (90.03%) women and 28 (9.97%) men. The average age of the examined was 29 ± 6 years (from 7 to 68 years). The frequency of complications on the thyroid gland during surgery or in the early postoperative period is directly related to the surgeon's experience, the amount of surgery performed by him / year. In a remote postoperative period, 193 of 278 patients were tracked, which was 69.4%. The follow-up period of patients after the operation was from 1 to 5 years. Based on the study of long-term results of treatment of patients with nodular goiter, the optimal volume of surgical intervention is determined for various morphological forms of nodular goiter. Adequate volumes of surgical treatment are hemistrumectomy, ultimately subtotal resection of the thyroid gland and thyroidectomy.