Dr. José Miguel Morón Canis
NPI: 07/07 05002
• More than 20 years of experience• Surgery Clinic team Rotger (Palma de Mallorca) from 1998 to the present. • Section Chief of General Surgery and Gastroenterology at University Hospital from January 2015 Espases.• Clinic surgeon Rotges (1998 - present).• Section Coordinator Hepatobiliopancreatic Surgery Hospital Espases (2010-2014).• Surgeon General Surgery and Gastroenterology as Deputy Medical Specialist area at the Son Dureta Hospital (2000-2010).• Hepatobiliary surgeon Paul Brousse Center (September 2005 - November 2005). ...
• Tutor for residents and students of Internal Medicine General Surgery at Espases (XLIV National Congress of the Spanish Society of Digestive Pathology. Madrid. July 2005 Hospital.
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Granada in 1992.• Training as a specialist in General Surgery and Gastroenterology at University Hospital Son Dureta in Palma de Mallorca until 1998. Last year residency focusing on surgery and liver transplants. • European Inter-University Diploma from the University of Paris in Hepatobililar and pancreatic cancer.• Diploma in Advanced Trauma Life Support by the Spanish Society of Intensive Care and Coronary Units (SEMICYUC). ...
Recognition and awards
• "Factors of recurrence of hepatocellular carcinoma after surgical resection with curative intent." Ramon Rotger Prize of the Royal Academy of Medicine of the Balearic Islands.• ROCECOXIB influence in perianastomotic chemical colon carcinogenesis in rats. Award for best oral communication LXIV National Congress of the Spanish Society of Digestive Pathology (July 2005).
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Laparoscopy is a surgical technique inspection of the abdominal cavity that does not require large incisions. During the laparoscopic surgical procedu 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. ...
Liver cancer is a disease in which the liver cells become abnormal and grow out of control form a cancerous tumor. This type of tumor is called primary liver cancer (malignant hepatoma or hepatocellular carcicoma). In contrast, metastatic liver cancer begins elsewhere and spreads to the liver. The liver is the largest organ in the body. Filters out harmful substances from the blood, digests fats from food and stores the sugar that the body needs for energy. The main risk factors for developing this primary liver cancer are hepatitis and cirrhosis or liver scarring. Treatment options include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or a liver transplant. ...
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Gallstones or vesicular, also called stones are solid deposits of salts of variable size (from a bit to a nut) calcium compounds and bilirubin, cholesterol or a combination of the three, that form in the gallbladder gall. The gallstones cause no symptoms in many cases, although the patient may have a yellowish skin color (jaundice), fever or abdominal pain and even make stools whitish or have dizziness and vomiting. If the stones in the gallbladder symptoms occur, the patient usually requires surgery, which can be minimally invasively through small incisions in the abdomen through which a laparoscope and other tools (laparoscopic cholecystectomy) or open (open cholecystectomy) are introduced. You can also administer medications, although the disappearance of the stones in the gallbladder is slow and may recur after treatment. ...
Gallbladder surgery the surgical procedure is performed to remove the gallbladder, an organ located in the bottom serving liver and bile reserve. Removal is indicated when the patient has pain or symptoms caused by the formation of calculi (stones) in the gallbladder. Gallbladder operation can be minimally invasive or open. In the first case, the surgeon will make three or four incisions in the abdomen and one of the holes, insert a laparoscope (a thin, lighted tube connected to a camera that allows the inside of the cavity) and other instruments for the procedure. Then also gas with a needle inserted to expand the abdomen and cut the bile duct and blood vessels that lead to the gallbladder. Finally, it will remove the organ. When the disease is more severe or there are complications during gallbladder surgery, it performed an open operation. This involves making a small cut in the abdomen to open it and remove the gallbladder through the incision. ...
Liver surgery is the set of surgical procedures performed to treat different problems that can affect this organ. The liver may suffer from hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, cirrhosis, hereditary, autoimmune or infectious disease or cancer. To address these conditions, the surgical procedure is used hepatectomy, which involves removal of all or part of the liver for transplantation or for treating tumor diseases. The surgeon removes the diseased organ and replace it with a healthy one from a deceased donor liver or a portion of a living donor. The patient must take medication the rest of his life to prevent his body from rejecting the new organ. This operation is performed with a liver incision in the abdomen and can last up to twelve hours. When liver removal affects only part of it, the procedure is known as Segmentectomy, which is removal of one or more segments of the organ. This technique can be performed by laparoscopy (minimally invasive surgery) which requires entering through small incisions in the abdominal skin a thin tube with a camera (laparoscope) and other tools to perform surgery. ...
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