Thyroid Surgery & Parathyroid Surgery
The thyroid gland can be completely or partially removed during a thyroidectomy. To treat thyroid cancer, goitres, thyroid nodules, and other conditions, surgeons perform thyroidectomies. The reason for the surgery will determine the recommendation regarding the extent of thyroid surgery. The extent of surgery, however, should be decided in consultation with the endocrinologist and surgeon as it is both a complex medical and personal choice.
Types Of Thyroid Surgery
Other Gastro & Hepatobiliary Treatments
Symptoms Of Thyroid Which Leads To Surgery
The parathyroid glands may be partially or completely removed during a parathyroidectomy, which is also known as a parathyroid surgery. The levels of calcium and phosphorus in the blood are regulated by the parathyroid glands. Parathyroid surgery eliminates the abnormal glands that cause dangerously high blood calcium levels when they cease to function properly.
Types Of Parathyroid Surgery
Symptoms of Parathyroid
Hyperparathyroidism is the term used to describe the overactivity of the parathyroid glands. The blood’s calcium levels increase as a result. You might encounter: