Dr. Ahmed Eisa Ahmed Mohamed

Professor - Professor of General surgery Faculty of Medicine, Sohag University, Egypt

Faculty of medicine

Address: 1 El-Eraq street, branching from Mohamed Faried street, Tahta, Sohag



Publications Which contain the keyword: total thyroidectomy

Papillary thyroid carcinoma, evaluation of prophylactic central compartment’s dissection versus conservative management: a prospective study
ABSTRACT Background: Papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) is one of the commonest thyroid cancers. While there is consensus of block node dissection in nodal positive patients, there is controversy in dealing with nodal negative patients regarding the need of block node dissection. We aimed to evaluate prophylactic central lymph node dissection (pCLND) versus conservative management in PTC with N0 neck. Methods: ... Read more

2018-10-14 22:01:39 Keywords nonmalignant thyroid, outcome, total thyroidectomy,
Morbidity and mortality after total thyroidectomy for nonmalignant thyroid disorder: 10 years’ experience
Background In the last two decades of the 20th century, surgery for nonmalignant thyroid disease had changed from function-preserving surgery towards ablative surger. This was due to higher recurrence rates of goitre (9–43%) and an increased risk for postoperative complications in reoperations after subtotal resection Patients and methods. This retrospective study included patients with nonmalignant thyroid disease who were referred ... Read more

Sutureless versus conventional thyroidectomy
Background: The thyroid gland is a highly-vascularized organ, prompt and effective hemostasis is a crucial part of the procedure. Nowadays with the major advent of energy devices such as ultrasonic coagulation (Harmonic Scalpel, Ethicon) and bipolar energy (LigaSure, Valleylab) for cutting and hemostasis introducing new methods of vessel ligation and division without increasing the risk of postoperative complications. The aim ... Read more

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