French Institute of Endocrine Surgery, Ramsay General Health - Private Hospital of the Poplars (HPP), France
*Corresponding author: S. Li Sun Fui, French Institute of Endocrine Surgery, Ramsay General Health - Private Hospital of the Poplars (HPP), 8 place of the abbot G Hénocque 75013 Paris, France, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission: November 06, 2017; Published: December 21, 2017
Volume1 Issue3 December 2017
The profile of primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) changed profoundly over the course of the twentieth century. The highly symptomatic forms reported in the 1960s have progressively been replaced by forms with few symptoms and in some cases totally asymptomatic forms. As of 1991, with the increasing frequency of these new forms, several consensus meetings designed to define the criteria for establishing the operability of minimally-symptomatic hyperparathyroidism have been organized . However, the criteria chosen are in some cases deemed too restrictive as they do not take into account general and neuro-psychic symptoms which are frequently associated .