Dra. Cristina Sacristán Pérez
• More than 10 years of experience• Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery at the University Hospital Virgen Macarena in Seville (April 2016-present) • Specialist Endocrine Surgery and Breast Surgery at the Fatima Hospital of Seville (2008-present)• Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery at the Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío de Sevilla (2014-April 2016)• Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery at the University Hospital Puerta del Mar of Cádiz (2011-2014)• Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery at the University Hospital Virgen del Rocio in Seville (2008-2010) ...
• He has taught over 40 courses and meetings specialty• Teaching in practical seminars Surgical Pathology students from fourth and fifth year of the Bachelor of Medicine (2004-2008)
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Seville (2002)• Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery (2008) • Masters in Bioethics and Humanization of assistance from the University of Seville (2012)• Unversitario expert diploma Breast Pathology at the University of Barcelona (2013)• Master in Breast Pathology at the University of Barcelona (2014)• PhD in Medicine from the University of Seville (2014)• additional training in more than 50 courses ...
Publications and conferences
• He has spoken at over 70 conferences scoped regional, national and international• 17 publications in scientific journals • Participation in the research group CTS292: Gastrointestinal Pathology, Department of Surgery at the University of Seville (2006-2008) ...
Recognition and awards
• Award for the best communication in the X Congress of the Andalusian Association of Surgeons (ASAC) (2007)• Special mention Award Health Quality Agency of Andalusia in its 2nd edition
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The adrenal glands are essential for a life that lie at the back of the kidneys. Produce, among others, some sex hormones, and particularly hormones t The adrenal glands are essential for a life that lie at the back of the kidneys. Produce, among others, some sex hormones, and particularly hormones that regulate metabolism and cortisol, which helps us respond to stress, and other hormones that control blood pressure and the presence of water and salt in our body. Sometimes there is an excessive or insufficient production of these hormones, causing some of the disorders of the adrenal glands, which are detected through urinalysis and blood. For example, when there is excess cortisol or overactive adrenal cortex we are faced with Cushing's syndrome, which is caused due to the intake of drugs or the development of some tumors and symptoms well defined (legs and very thin arms, fatigue, high blood pressure, blood glucose, bruises all over his body, etc). It is cured by treating the source that causes the disease. Otherwise, inadequate cortisol or underactive suprarrrenal crust, causing the so-called Addison's disease, which arises from an immune problem and requires treatment for life as it can be fatal if not properly treated. ...
Breast cancer is the growth of cells or tissue in the breasts, which can be benign or malignant nature. Any suspicion of the presence of a tumor shoul Breast cancer is the growth of cells or tissue in the breasts, which can be benign or malignant nature. Any suspicion of the presence of a tumor should make the necessary medical tests to analyze their nature. If it is cancerous tumors, depending on its size and grade it will proceed to chemotherapy, radiation or surgery to remove it. However, benign breast tumors are growths that have no carcinogenic nature. The most common are fibroadenomas, appearing especially in women under 30 years. It is related to hormonal changes in women, and not always need to be removed, since most go away on their own within two years; you can opt for surgery of benign tumors of the breast in cases of rapid increase in its size, aesthetic deformity or discomfort. Other benign tumors of the breast can be fibrocystic breast disease, adenomas, lipomas, etc. ...
Breast cancer is a disease that occurs when cancer cells develop in the tissues of the breast. It can affect both women and men and has a very small i Breast cancer is a disease that occurs when cancer cells develop in the tissues of the breast. It can affect both women and men and has a very small impact. There are certain factors that can influence the development of this disease, the most important of which are family history, age and unhealthy life style. The most effective prevention is early detection, so doctors recommend that women do breast self-examination regularly. Periodicals from 50 years to detect possible tumors mammograms also have to be made. Treatment of breast cancer depends on the stage of extension, as well as the patient's health, but is commonly used hormone therapy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, along with the breast cancer surgery to remove the tumor. ...
The operation of breast cancer treatment is surgery when the cancer is in its early stage. There are several types of surgery for breast cancer it dep The operation of breast cancer treatment is surgery when the cancer is in its early stage. There are several types of surgery for breast cancer it depends on the size, location and extent of tumor. Lumpectomy, if only the tumor is removed. Quadrantectomy if remove the quadrant where the tumor is located. Mastectomy, if the entire breast is removed. ...
Under the concept of conduct disorder a set of behavioral changes and behavioral development appropriate to the child's age, persistently and with a disproportionate amount are included. Among the most common symptoms of these disorders are disobedience, impulsiveness, inattention, hostility, lies and insults, transgression of social norms, or antisocial character. Among the most common behavioral disorders in children are distinguished: the conduct disorder, a persistent and repeatedly aggressive behavior in which the child acts with hostility to others or their property, intimidating; and hyperkinetic disorders characterized by an early onset, in which predominates a considerable lack of attention in all activities, and a hyperactive, impulsive and undisciplined behavior. In addition, behavioral disorders associated with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), learning problems and clinical disorders (depression, anxiety ...) are presented. ...
Laparoscopy is a surgical technique inspection of the abdominal cavity that does not require large incisions. During the laparoscopic surgical procedure, the abdomen is introduced into a laparoscope, which is a tube containing an optical system coupled to a light source. The camera allows the doctor to inspect, from a monitor, the pelvic organs and, if necessary, introduce other instruments through the same laparoscope to correct any problems. The benefits of laparoscopic surgery are numerous, so it is applied in various fields. In urology shorter hospital stay and recovery is required, there is less chance of infectious complications, decreases postoperative pain and no visible scarring. In gynecology it is used for inspection of certain diseases or gynecological processes: cysts, fibroids, hysterectomy, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, etc. Moreover, laparoscopy is used in other medical specialties and processes such as prostate cancer, the varicele or some kidney diseases. ...
The parathyroid glands are endocrine glands in the neck, the size of a pea. Most people have 4 parathyroid glands on the thyroid gland; however, some people have up to 5 or more. The function of the parathyroid gland is totally different from the thyroid. Produce parathyroid hormone (PTH), which helps the body maintain the balance between calcium and phosphorus. Disorders occur when the parathyroid gland produces excessive amounts of hormone or scarce, upsetting the balance. If there is too much PTH hyperparathyroidism occurs, increasing the level of calcium in blood. But if not produce enough PTH, the imbalance is called hypoparathyroidism, taking blood too little calcium and excessive phosphorus. ...
The surgery of the parathyroid glands is the partial or total removal of the parathyroid glands near the thyroid. The minimally invasive surgery can be performed by standard surgery or through an incision in the neck. Traditionally, the surgical procedure involved intervention and treatment of disease, however, new techniques currently exist that are minimally invasive and are performed through cervicoscopy. The procedure is as follows: the pathological lesion identified, removed through techniques that identify the hormone in blood and other tests that locate the tissue, such as cervical ultrasound and scintigraphy. Through a small incision of about 10 or 15 mm camera of 5 mm is inserted into the lesion and helps surgeons to perform the operation, and that displays the details of the treatment area through a monitor connected to the camera. ...
The thyroid is an endocrine gland that produces hormones. These control the rate at which the body burns calories or heartbeat. The thyroid gland may suffer various diseases: The thyroid is enlarged Hyperthyroidism: When the gland produces more thyroid hormone than necessary Hypothyroidism occurs when not enough hormone Thyroid cancer Thyroid nodules: lumps in the gland Thyroiditis: swelling of the gland ...
Thyroid surgery includes removal of nodules or the partial or total removal of the thyroid gland. Thyroid surgery is performed in response to different causes: biopsies when it comes to evaluating thyroid nodules; pressure by nodules or goiters in adjacent structures which complicate and cause discomfort in swallowing and breathing; for thyroid cancer; or the possibility that the gland or goiter nodule or become cancerous. In thyroid surgery complete removal of the gland in cases where benign nodules and goiters are becoming large or are causing discomfort while partial removal is done in the case of the presence of nodules or hyperactive unilateral recommended. For cases of papillary or follicular cancer total removal that could even lead to the lymph nodes in large tumors it is recommended. Also, for some cases, medical advances now allow this operation by laparoscopic surgery. ...
Thyroid surgery includes removal of nodules or the partial or total removal of the thyroid gland. Thyroid surgery is performed in response to different causes: biopsies when it comes to evaluating thyroid nodules; pressure by nodules or goiters in adjacent structures which complicate and cause discomfort in swallowing and breathing; for thyroid cancer; or the possibility that the gland or goiter nodule or become cancerous. In thyroid surgery complete removal of the gland in cases where benign nodules and goiters are becoming large or are causing discomfort while partial removal is done in the case of the presence of nodules or hyperactive unilateral recommended. For cases of papillary or follicular cancer total removal that could even lead to the lymph nodes in large tumors it is recommended. ...
Tuberous breast surgery is performed to correct a defect that causes the breasts to have a tube-like rather than adopt a rounded shape. Generally, this defect is due to the existence of a genetic disorder of the tissue lining the mammary gland that has an abnormal stiffness, preventing breast develop harmoniously during adolescence. There are varying degrees of malformation, therefore, the surgical technique used varies case to give the bust a volume and rounded, placing the areola and nipple in the proper position. Generally, if there is a slight anomaly it can be corrected by the implantation of a prosthesis, without need for any complete glandular remodeling, as in the case of serious malformations. In these cases, the diameter is reduced and the areola incisions require approximately the same and / or base of the breast to the loosening of the rigid chest area and redistribution of the gland. ...
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