Surgical treatment of cancer continues to be a key part of the definitive cure in cases with early diagnosis. Similarly, surgical resection of the tumor is still needed in the first instance (completing it with adjuvant therapies such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy) in the vast majority of cancers.
Therefore, we have created a team of specialists who are specifically trained and who use updating formation programs in cancer treatment using surgery.
Our specific areas of focus are:
- Thyroid cancer
- Cancer of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum
- Pancreatic cancer
- Metastatic and primary liver cancer
- Bowel cancer, including colon, rectum, anus and gastrointestinal stromal tumors
- Spleen lymphoma
- Peritoneal carcinomatosis, where we are conducting a research program with surgical cytoreduction and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy.
All cancer surgeries we perform are multidisciplinary, in coordination with medical oncology, internal medicine and clinical psychology.
- Thyroid SurgeryIt is necessary as it may be the cure for this problem.
- Laparoscopic HemicolectomyIt is the surgical technique used for the treatment and management of cancer and other colon diseases.
- Liver SurgeryTreatment using surgery for liver diseases that require resection for its treatment.
- Cytoreductive with ChemotherapyThis technique is indicated in selected patients with cancer spread within the abdomen.
- Total GastrectomyIt is stomach resection due to tumoral process.
- Subtotal GastrectomyIt consists of partial resection of the stomach due to a tumor process.
- Subtotal ColectomyIt is the surgical technique by which part of the colon is removed.
- Laparoscopic Subtotal ColectomyIt is the surgical technique by which part of the colon is removed by laparoscopic surgery.
- Total ColectomyIt is the surgical technique in which the entire colon is removed except the rectum.
- HemicolectomyIt is the surgical technique used for the treatment and management of cancer and other colon diseases