Journal of Surgical Endocrinology

Journal of Surgical Endocrinology

About Journal


Journal of Surgical Endocrinology is an open access, peer reviewed journal that emphasizes surgical which specializes in the surgical treatment of endocrine diseases. The surgeons and physicians focus research insights covering but not limited to general surgery that focuses predominantly on diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands. These surgical methods benefit readers, authors and the surgeons in understanding advancements in surgical procedures performed on endocrine glands to achieve a hormonal or anti-hormonal effect in the body.

The journal encourages a wide range of article formats such as original, reviews, rapid communications, case reports, clinical images, perspectives, opinions and other short articles. The journal publishes high quality manuscripts under thorough evaluation by international experts and independent reviewers.

All published content is made available to use and reuse without any restrictions when cited under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License.


Editorial Board



Prof. Horacio LR Rilo

Professor
Department of Surgery and Medicine
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine
Hofstra University
United States of America


Dr. Nitin Trivedi

Division Director
Department of Medicine
Endocrinology and Metabolic Medicine
Saint Vincent Hospital
United States of America


Dr. E Scott Sills

Director
Center for Advanced Genetics
California
United States of America
Tel: 1760-994-0156


Prof. Pietro Giorgio Calo

Professor
Clinical Methodology and General Surgery
Department of Surgical Sciences
University of Cagliari
Italy


Prof. Alfio Ferlito

Professor
School of Medicine
University of Udine
Italy
Tel: 390-498-686-058


Prof. Roberto de la Plaza Llamas

Professor
Health Sciences
Department of Surgery
University of Alcala
Spain


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Latest Articles

Research Article

Surgical Treatment of Clinically Significant Reactive Hypoglycemia Nesidioblastosis, Post-Gastric Bypass

Gastric bypass (GB) used to be a standard surgical procedure performed for weight loss. Delayed complications following GB may outweigh the initial be... Read more

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Review Article

Outpatient Parathyroidectomy is Safe and Effective: A 7-year Review

Minimally-invasive parathyroidectomy (MIP) techniques have made the procedure safer and more feasible as an outpatient parathyroidectomy (OP). We hypo... Read more

10.36959/608/450

Research Article

Predictors of Postoperative Hypocalcemia after Total Thyroidectomy: The Role of a Single Intraoperative Rapid PTH

Postoperative hypocalcemia (PoHC) is the most common complication of total thyroidectomy (TT). The availability of a reliable predictor of PoHC would ... Read more

10.36959/608/449

Research Article

Alternatives to the Pre-operative Medical Management of Pheochromocytoma

During the resection of pheochromocytomas hemodynamic instability can occur. It is for this reason that pre-operative control of blood pressure and he... Read more

10.36959/608/448

Review Article

Feasibility of the TOETVA as an Ambulatory Procedure

Standard open thyroidectomy has been shown to be feasible and safe as an ambulatory procedure in carefully selected patients. Our aim is to present a ... Read more

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Case Report

Gasping for Air, a Case Study of an Obstructing Thyroid Gland Mass

Hürthle cell metaplasia of the thyroid gland can present with a variety of benign or malignant characteristics. At times, it can progress to a large ... Read more

10.36959/608/446

Research Article

Association between Breast and Thyroid Cancer among Women in Arkansas

Growing evidence suggests a bi-directional relationship between breast and thyroid cancer in women worldwide. This study investigates whether a relati... Read more

10.36959/608/445

Case Report

A Case Report of a Robotic Thoracosopic Parathyroidectomy in a Community Hospital

Mediastinal parathyroid adenomas pose a technical challenge to surgeons, as they exist in remote and difficult to access locations. Historically, appr... Read more

10.36959/608/444

Original Article

Demographic and Clinicopthologic Properties of Patients Operated for Adrenal Masses

The prevalence of adrenal incidentaloma is nearly 4 to 10% and increases with age. Most adrenal masses are nonfunctioning adrenocortical adenomas and ... Read more

10.36959/608/443

Research Article

Some Striking Points of Laparoscopic Enucleation of Pancreatic Insulinoma

Insulinoma mostly located at the body and the tail of the pancreas and are ideal candidates for minimal invasive surgery. This article presents our pa... Read more

10.36959/608/442

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