Adrenal & Thyroid: Surgery Care

Thyroid surgery is performed for several reasons and can include symptomatic thyroid nodules, recurrent thyroid cysts, goiter, Graves’ disease, and to rule out or treat thyroid cancer. The purpose of thyroid surgery is to remove part or all of the thyroid gland. The most common reason for thyroid surgery is the presence of nodules or tumors on the thyroid gland. Most nodules are benign, but some can be cancerous or pre-cancerous. Even benign nodules can cause problems if they grow large enough to obstruct the throat, or if they stimulate the thyroid to overproduce hormones (a condition called hyperthyroidism). Surgery can correct hyperthyroidism. Sometimes a nodule, inflammation, or swelling affects only half of the thyroid gland. When this happens, a doctor will remove only one of the two lobes. The part left behind should retain some or all of its function.

  • Types of Hormone Surgery
  • Thyroidectomy Surgery
  • Thymectomy Surgery
  • Thyroid Nodule Surgery
  • Thyroid Surgery in Children
  • Thyroid Surgery during Pregnancy
  • Thyroid Surgery Complications & Care
  • Laparoscopic adrenal gland removal

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