Alexander Kreze st., Viliam Vadrna, Ján Beňuška, Štefan Galbavý
Carcinoma of the parathyroid is a rare cause of the primary hyperparathyreosis. The paper presents the case report of the primary hyperparathyreosis and review of the clinical problem. High calciaemia and intact parathormone levels indicated carcinoma of the parathyroid as well as huge and hard tumor of the parathyroid gland adherring to the environment. Ovegrowth of the tumor cells to the tumor capsule confirmed the diagnosis. The state was solved lege artis thoroughly surgically. Postoperative hypocalciaemia lasted one week and 10 months after surgery the patient does not show any signs of hyperparathyreosis relapse.