11 November, 2020
Thyroid surgery is one of the most frequently performed surgeries in our hospitals. This is because morphological and functional alterations of the thyroid gland can have a prevalence of up to 67%, depending on geographical area. Despite being a common intervention, it is not an easy procedure. You need a deep anatomical knowledge of the neck region, delicacy and precision in treating the tissues to avoid collateral effects and possible complications. The biggest challenge facing the patient is choosing the most competent and prepared thyroid surgeon. For this reason, we believe that it is important to know some objective criteria to identify the ideal endocrine surgeon for you and to be able to make the decision. It is important who operates on you.