The Department of Endocrinology in Salus is designed to treat endocrine-metabolic diseases through sections of endocrinology, diabetology and metabolic diseases. This department is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, thyroid diseases, obesity, etc.
The patient may at the same time be able to benefit from medical advice regarding the outcome of laboratory tests, instrumental investigations and other specialist consultations that may be necessary to establish a more accurate diagnosis.
The most frequently treated pathologies are:
- Thyroid diseases (hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, simple nodular stroke, benign and malignant neoplasia, thyroid)
- Hypoglycemic Syndrome
- Hypertension of endocrine origin (primitive hyperaldosterone, fechromocytoma, estrodiprogesterone hypertension) with endocrine aspect and antihypertensive therapy.
- Pituitary diseases in particular hyperprolactinemia and prolactinemia, morbo Cushing
- Adrenal Incidentaloma Diseases (accidentally detected by ultrasound, scanner or magnetic resonance imaging), benign and malignant neoplasia, functional disease (endogenous and exogenous hypercortisone, cystic fever syndrome, hypersensitivity syndrome, cirrhosis and disease).
- Alteration or alteration of calcium-phosphorus metabolism (hyperparathyroidism, pseudohipoparatireoidism, hypercalciuria)
- Female and male osteoporosis
- Male sexual dysfunction such as: hypogonadism, age-related androgen deficits, erection dysfunctions
- Hirsutism and hyperandrogen
- Polycystic ovary syndrome
Diabetes mellitus in its various expressions and metabolic diseases (metabolic syndromes, dyslipidemia, gout, obesity, etc.) are among the diseases where their frequency is increasing rapidly. In the outpatient patient comes to your clinical needs such as:
- Visit with a specialist
- Thin nodus biopsy of thyroid nodules.
thyroid echo by endocrinologist specialist.
- Assess his body weight through standard procedures.
- Schematic formulation of personalized diets based on the pathologies it exhibits (diabetes, overweight, obesity, gout, etc.)
- Short and standard glucose curve measurement with outpatient insulin profile evaluation.
- Stimulus tests (glucose stimulation tests with c-peptide dosage) with bed regimen.