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Radio-iodine (I-131) Treatment

Radio-iodine (I-131) Treatment: Overview, Procedure, Where to Seek Treatment | Singapore General Hospital

Radio-iodine (I-131) Treatment - How to prevent?

Radio-iodine (I-131) Treatment - Diagnosis

If you are suspected to have thyrotoxicosis, blood tests and ultrasound or radionuclide thyroid scan may be requested by your doctor.

If you are suspected to have thyroid cancer, a biopsy of the thyroid may be required for the diagnosis. Read about the diagnosis for here >


Radio-iodine (I-131) Treatment - Preparing for surgery

Radio-iodine (I-131) Treatment - Post-surgery care

  • Updated on 2018-05-14T16:00:00Z