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>Revistas >Cirugía y Cirujanos >Año 2002, No. 3


Cervantes-Castro J, Rojas-Reyna G, Manzano-Alba F, Krouham-Litchi A, García R, Ortíz-Hidalgo C, Baquera-eredia J
Hiperparatiroidismo primario. Experiencia inicial con cirugía de mínima invasión
Cir Cir 2002; 70 (3)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 33
Paginas: 150-156
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RESUMEN

La causa más común de hiperparatiroidismo primario es el adenoma. La curación de la enfermedad se logra sólo al detectar y eliminar esta neoplasia benigna. La cirugía tradicional en casos de hiperparatiroidismo primario involucraba grandes incisiones con disección extensa y búsqueda de las cuatro glándulas paratiroides, hasta identificar y resecar el adenoma, procedimiento que requería un tiempo considerable, con importante potencial para morbilidad. Con el advenimiento de técnicas modernas para la localización preoperatoria de los adenomas y el uso del detector de rayos gamma durante la cirugía, es ahora posible efectuar estos procedimientos con métodos de invasión mínima en unidades de corta estancia.


Palabras clave: , hiperparatiroidismo primario, cirugía radioguiada, cirugía de mínima invasión.


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