• Oncologic surgery.

  • Laparoscopic Surgery and Minimally Invasive Techniques:

    Applied to most procedures performed in both scheduled surgery and emergency, among which is surgery of the upper gatro-intestinal apparatus, such as gastro-esophageal reflux surgery and hiatus, oncological surgery of esophagus and stomach , Liver surgery, biliopancreatic surgery (includes spleen), and spleen surgery.
    Then, the procedures carried out by approach with open surgery or minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopic) of the following pathologies:

    • Esophagus:
      • Hiatal and paraesophageal hernia - gastroesophageal reflux diseases.
      • Achalasia
      • Esophageal diverticuli (by pulsion or by traction).
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Barrett's esophagus.
      • Injuries from caustic ingestion. Esophageal strictures.
    • Stomach:
      • Surgical treatment of peptic ulcer.
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Gastric neoplasm (stomach cancer).
      • Digestive hemorrhages.
      • Morbid Obesity Surgery.
    • Liver:
      • Simple and parasitic hepatic cysts.
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Liver abscesses
      • Liver metastases.
    • Gallbladder and Biliary Tract:
      • Cholelithiasis
      • Acute cholecystis.
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Cholangitis and choledocholithiasis.
    • Pancreas:
      • Cysts and pseudocysts.
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
    • Spleen:
      • Cysts and abscesses.
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Splenic metastases.
      • Spontaneous rupture.
      • Splenectomies for hematological diseases.
  • Intestinal Surgery, Hernia and Abdominal Wall:
    • Small intestine:
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Intestinal obstructions.
      • Bleeding injuries.
      • Diverticula.
      • Surgical treatment of inflammatory diseases.
    • Abdomina wall:
      • Inguinal hernias, crural, epigastric, Spiegel.
      • Diaphragmatic hernias.
      • Eventrations, eviscerations.
  • Colo-proctological surgery:
    • Colon and Rectum:
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Obstructions, volvulus.
      • Diverticula.
      • Benign or malignant strictures.
      • Intestinal perforation.
      • Hemorrhagic lesions.
    • Anus:
      • Hemorrhoids.
      • Fistulas.
      • Fissures.
      • Anal incontinence.
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Anal stenosis.
      • Rectocele.
      • Anorectal prolapse.
      • Hydroadenitis.
      • Sinus Pilonidal.
      • Abscesses.
  • Endocrine Surgery:
    • Thyroid and parathyroid:
      • Thyroid nodules.
      • Multidonular goiter.
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Surgical treatment of hyperthyroidism.
      • Surgical treatment of parathyroidism.
    • Adrenal glands:
      • Benign and malignant tumors.
      • Cysts and abscesses.
      • Surgical treatment of endocrine diseases.
      • Adrenal metastases.
  • Tummy Tuck and Soft Tissue Surgery:
    • Lipomas, sebaceous cysts.
    • Melanoma.
    • Squamous carcinomas.
    • Hydrosadenitis.
    • Cutaneous tumors.
  • Surgery of morbid obesity: The Morbid Obesity Surgery aims to improve the health of the patient by avoiding the comorbidities associated with this disease such as hypertension, diabetes or OSAS