Dr. Pablo Moreno Llorente
• More than 25 years of experience• Since 2000 he is responsible for Endocrine Surgery Service General Surgery and Gastroenterology • Since November 2007 Head Unit Clinical Endocrine Surgery and Abdominal Wall ...
Positions in public associations
• Member of Endocrine Surgery Section of the ACS• National Coordinator of Endocrine Surgery Section of the ACS from 2008-2012
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM ) in 1986• Specialist in General Surgery and Gastroenterology by the MIR (Hospital de Bellvitge ) system in 1992. • Doctor in Medicine and Surgery in 1994• Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelfia ( USA). Departments of Intensive Care Unit pancreatico -renal transplant, September-October 1989.• Ospedale Santa Chiara, Pisa ( Italy). Department of Surgery, Prof. P Miccoli. Perfecting the minimally invasive approach in thyroid and parathyroid surgery, April 2003.• Memorial Sloan -Kettering Cancer Center ( MSKCC ), New York ( USA). Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Dr J Shah, August-September 2006• Medical Faculty, University of Halle- Wittenberg, Halle / Saale ( Germany). Department of General, Visceral and Vascular Surgery, Prof. Henning Dralle, April 2009• Train the trainers Course, Hamburg (Germany ), November 2013. ...
• Member of the Spanish Association of Surgeons (ACS )• Member of the Spanish Association of Ambulatory Surgery ( SAMAS ) • Member of the European Society of Endocrine Surgeons (ESES )• Member of the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons ( AAES )• European Board Qualification in Neck Surgery• Member of the Scientific Committee of the ACS since 2013• Member of the Scientific Committee of GEPAC ...
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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. ...
Under the concept of conduct disorder a set of behavioral changes and behavioral development appropriate to the child's age, persistently and wit 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. ...
Hyperparathyroidism is a disorder in which the parathyroid glands produce excess hormones. These glands are located next to the thyroid produces Hyperparathyroidism is a disorder in which the parathyroid glands produce excess hormones. These glands are located next to the thyroid produces hormones that are responsible for controlling the levels of calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D in bone. The production of too much parathyroid hormone (PTH) causes an increase in blood calcium levels, which can affect various organs and produce: primary hyperparathyroidism, which consists of a benign tumor in the parathyroid gland; secondary hyperparathyroidism, usually affecting patients with vitamin D deficiency or renal failure; or tertiary hyperparathyroidism with people suffered serious kidney failure requiring dialysis or performing in very advanced cases, kidney transplant or surgery. Treatment for hyperparathyroidism include exercise, fluid intake and vitamin D, as well as the removal of the gland (in some cases), the administration of medication. This treatment must be personalized, dpendiendo patient. ...
Hyperthyroidism is a metabolic disorder in which the thyroid gland hormones excreted excessively. The most common symptoms of hyperthyroidism are Hyperthyroidism is a metabolic disorder in which the thyroid gland hormones excreted excessively. The most common symptoms of hyperthyroidism are a global increased metabolism, increased heart rate, arrhythmias, insomnia, irritability, nervousness, heat intolerance, weight loss, tremors, tachycardia and, sometimes, a protrusion of the eyeballs. Moreover, hypothyroidism is decreased production of thyroid hormones that, depending on when it occurs, can affect to a greater or lesser extent to the development of vital organs. Idiopathic primary hypothyroidism occurs due to thyroid antibodies, or other cause autoimmune disorders (autoimmune hypothyroidism). Hypothyroidism symptoms of muscle fatigue, shortness of breath or pain in the thyroid area, hair loss, dry skin and rough and progressive deterioration of intellectual activity. Due to the difference between hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism drug treatment it will also be different and adapted to each patient. ...
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. ...
Goiter, or thyroid goiter is an enlarged thyroid gland that is characterized by the appearance of a bulge in the anterior neck that often push the trachea, which leads to difficulty in breathing and swallowing, and can even cause hoarseness. It is often caused by a disruption of hormones gland, cysts or a diet low in iodine. According to the characteristics of goiter it can be classified as diffuse goiter, characterized by a steady increase in the gland; nodular goiter or multinodular goitre, which is the development of one or more nodes due to enlargement of the thyroid. Besides, goiter may be accompanied by hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism associated with symptoms such as nervousness, weight loss, cold intolerance, dry skin, among others. If goiter with hypothyroidism usually pharmacological treatment to shrink occurs. If that occurs with hyperthyroidism, can be removed by surgery, radioiodine or treated with drugs. ...
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 cancer is the abnormal growth of cells of the thyroid gland to produce a tumor. Through a medical test can diagnose whether the gland has increased in size, and if there is a cancerous nodule or more. For the identification of cancer varied tests by puncture biopsy of thyroid nodules or ultrasound are usually carried as blood tests. Treatment depends on the extent of the tumor in each patient. In most cases you opt for surgical removal of nodules, but other treatments include the application of high-dose thyroid hormones or surgical removal of the nodules. In thyroid cancer symptoms can be mainly swelling or tumor in the neck, hoarseness and coughing, voice changes, difficulty swallowing, and so on. ...
The thyroid nodule is a growth of abnormal cells in the thyroid gland, which are usually identified by lumps in the neck area. These thyroid nodules are benign in most cases (9 of 10), but sometimes may be carcinogenic. If the nodule becomes filled with fluid or blood, it is known as thyroid cyst. These nodules, which in most cases does not usually give any symptoms, can produce discomfort in swallowing, breathing or cause hoarseness. In addition, they may be accompanied by hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, and are produced by a production of unnecessary hormones for the body, a deficiency of iodine in the diet or genetic factors. Treatment will depend on whether the thyroid nodules are benign or cancerous. In the latter case, the different treatments ranging from the application of high-dose thyroid hormones or surgical removal of nodules. ...
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. ...
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