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Changing Paradigms in the Treatment of Endocrine Tumors (PDF file: 53 KB)
Howard Lilienfeld, MD, and W. Bradford Carter, MD
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Central Neck Dissection for Papillary Thyroid Cancer (PDF file: 25 KB)
David T. Hughes, MD, and Gerard M. Doherty, MD
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A Risk-Adapted Approach to the Use of Radioactive Iodine and External Beam Radiation in the Treatment of Well-Differentiated Thyroid Cancer (PDF file:172 KB)
R. Michael Tuttle, MD, Geneviève Rondeau, MD, and Nancy Y. Lee, MD
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New Treatments and Shifting Paradigms in Differentiated Thyroid Cancer Management (PDF file: 221 KB)
W. Bradford Carter, MD, John B. Tourtelot, MD, Jason G. Savell, MD, and Howard Lilienfeld, MD
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Changing Paradigms in the Treatment of Malignant Pheochromocytoma (PDF file: 258 KB)
Raymon H. Grogan, MD, Elliot J. Mitmaker, MD, and Quan-Yang Duh, MD
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Management of Isolated Adrenal Lesions in Cancer Patients (PDF file: 694 KB)
Kelly McLean, MD, Howard Lilienfeld, MD, Jamie T. Caracciolo, MD, Sarah Hoffe, MD, John B. Tourtelot, MD, and W. Bradford Carter, MD
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Jonathan R. Strosberg, MD, Asima Cheema, MD, and Larry K. Kvols, MD
Ten Best Readings Relating to Endocrine Cancer (PDF file: 66 KB)
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About the art in this issue:
Rebecca Kinkead’s compelling paintings contemplate the collective human experience. Basing her most recent work on memories both personal and borrowed, she depicts the relationships, the moments of anticipation, and the periods of triumph that we often share. A strong sense of emotion and weighted meaning are expressed through the generously applied paint that has been built up in a tactile way, dripping and puckering to create rich surfaces from which her figures emerge. Details and features remain ambiguous, inviting the viewers to seek something of themselves in the work.
A graduate of the University of Vermont and Minnesota State University, Kinkead has been exhibiting her work nationally since 1999. In 2004, she received the Ballinglen Arts Foundation Fellowship. She currently paints full-time in rural Vermont. Visit Kinkead’s Web site at www.rebeccakinkead.com.
Windup, 2010. Oil on canvas, 45″ × 37″.
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Nadav and Sara (detail), 2009. Oil and alkyd on canvas, 45″ × 37″.
Hula No. 3 (detail), 2010. Oil on canvas, 45″ × 37″.
Slide, 2010. Oil on canvas, 37″ × 54″.
Cherry Dip (detail), 2010. Oil on canvas, 48″ × 48″.
Rope Swing (detail), 2010. Oil on canvas, 46″ × 52″.
Jumpin’ on the Bed (detail), 2010. Oil on canvas, 48″ × 48″.