Minimally invasive (directed) parathyroidectomy (MIP) requires precise preoperative imaging localization of adenomas to be successful. This surgical technique has become the mainstay of surgical treatment for hyperparathyroidism, having been shown to be effective and associated with fewer complications than the classical bilateral cervical exploration (BCE) [1, 2]. Further benefits include avoidance of both general anesthesia and overnight hospital admission, reducing the overall healthcare costs associated with the diagnosis and treatment of hyperparathyroidism [1].