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Raja Vojjala,Ravi Shankar T
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16Risk factors associated with malignancy and with triage to surgery in thyroid nodules classified as Bethesda category IV (FN/SFN)
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17Comparison of the reverse bevel versus Franseen type endoscopic ultrasound needle
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22Incidence and Malignancy Rates of Diagnoses in the Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Aspiration Cytology: An Institutional Experience
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Olov Norlén,Amanda Charlton,Leba M. Sarkis,Tony Henwood,Albert Shun,Anthony J. Gill,Leigh Delbridge
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24Reliability of Thyroid FNAC as a Single Diagnostic Modality: A Systematic Review
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25Thyroid Cytopathology Reporting by the Bethesda System: A Two-Year Prospective Study in an Academic Institution
Payal Mehra,Anand Kumar Verma
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26Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology: A three-year study at a tertiary care referral center in Saudi Arabia
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27Bethesda Classification and Cytohistological Correlation of Thyroid Nodules in a Brazilian Thyroid Disease Center
Kassia B. Reuters,Maria C.O.C. Mamone,Elsa S. Ikejiri,Cleber P. Camacho,Claudia C.D. Nakabashi,Carolina C.P.S. Janovsky,Ji H. Yang,Danielle M. Andreoni,Rosalia Padovani,Rui M.B. Maciel,Felipe A.B. Vanderlei,Rosa P.M. Biscolla
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