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Endocrine Surgeons are committed to provide surgical expertise in diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal glands as well as in neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas and GI tract.
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT ENDOCRINE SURGEON?
You can consult an Endocrine Surgeon if you have queries regarding Adrenal Gland Disorders.
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF ENDOCRINE SURGEON?
Endocrine Surgery Department with the help of qualified surgeons and advanced technology provides care for endocrine disorders requiring surgical interventions.
COMMON PROBLEMS YOU SHOULD SEE ENDOCRINE SURGEON FOR
Facing Adrenal gland disorders such as adrenal cancer, adrenal incidentaloma, Conn’s disease, Cushing’s syndrome, adrenal tumors and pheochromocytoma requires attention of an Endocrine Surgeon.
DID YOU KNOW?
Most common tests:
24-Hour Urine Collection Test- In this test, the patient's urine is collected over a 24-hour period, and tested for the amount of various hormones in the urine.
ACTH Stimulation Test- An ACTH stimulation test measures levels of cortisol in your blood before and after you are given a synthetic form of ACTH.
Bone Density Test- A bone density test uses X-rays to show if a person's bones have lost tissue and minerals. It is a common test for evaluating osteoporosis, a condition which causes bones to become less dense and weaken. The most common, and accurate, bone density test is dual X-ray absorptiometry.
CRH Stimulation Test- A CRH stimulation test measures levels of cortisol in your blood before and after you are given a synthetic form of CRH.
Dexamethasone Suppression Test- A dexamethasone suppression test can help a doctor learn the cause of a patient having high levels of the hormone cortisol. The doctor gives the patient dexamethasone, a synthetic version of cortisol, and checks the patient's urine to see how his or her body responds.
Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy- In fine-needle aspiration biopsy, a doctor uses a small needle to remove a sample of cells from a thyroid nodule (a lump or growth on the thyroid gland). The sample is then sent to a lab to determine whether the nodule is malignant (cancerous).
Five-Day Glucose Sensor Test (For Diabetes)- A five-day glucose sensor test uses a small sensor and an electronic recorder to monitor a diabetes patient's blood sugar (glucose) levels. The test allows a doctor to find patterns in a patient's blood sugar levels, and discover ways to prevent episodes of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
Oral Glucose Tolerance Test- An oral glucose tolerance test helps a doctor diagnose diabetes. It is often used to check for gestational diabetes, a condition that some women develop during the late stages of pregnancy. The test measures a person's ability to process glucose, the sugar that is used by the body as fuel. After the patient drinks a glucose solution, the doctor checks the patient's blood sugar levels several times over a period of hours.
Semen Analysis- Semen analysis is a test, or a series of tests, that checks the health of a man's sperm. It is used to help diagnose why a couple is having trouble getting pregnant.
Thyroid Scan- A thyroid scan is an image made of the thyroid gland after you have swallowed a small amount of radioactive iodine. Because the thyroid naturally uses iodine to produce some of its hormones, it absorbs the radioactive substance. This substance emits energy and allows the image to be made. The image will show if the thyroid gland is enlarged and overactive.
TSH Blood Test- Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) is made by the pituitary gland. It normally stimulates the thyroid to produce its hormones. In hypothyroidism, TSH is not used by the thyroid, and its levels remain high in the blood. A TSH blood test checks for increased levels of this hormone.