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Yes. It is practically impossible for a surgeon to remove every cell when performing a thyroidectomy. When taking thyroid hormone replacement medication following surgery, thyroid tissue that grows back will not be stimulated to produce thyroid hormone. However, if the patient discontinues medication after confirming regrowth, the new gland may start to overproduce. The result, hyperthyroidism all over again.
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