Reply| Volume 125, ISSUE 2, P241, February 1999


      We thank Hedbäck and Oden for addressing our recent article. Our Scandinavian colleagues are recognized leaders in this field, and their landmark population-based studies evaluating long-term outcome of patients with primary HPT are outstanding contributions from which we have learned a great deal.
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