I am interested in treating thyroid patients, perhaps surgically, but it seems this area of work is a bit spread out amongst ENTs/general surgeons. Read the prior threads, seems endocrine is a somewhat fought over area of procedures, and I am wondering how beneficial the endocrine fellowship is for general surgeons. If thyroid/parathyroid were to be my area of interest, would it behoove me to pursue breast/endocrine fellowship to make my skillset more marketable (and of course also do general surgery). I have seen some ENTs that do thyroid, but it doesn't seem to be the best specialty for me if I am not totally all about those other critical areas of the head and neck. Really any information that is up to date (some of the threads on here are ~10 years old) on the climate for endocrine surgery, turf wars, and prospects would be great!