Doctor Interviews

Endocrine

Endocrine

22: Avoiding Thyroid Cancer Surgery, Depending on the Size with Dr. Miyauchi from Kuma Hospital in Kobe, Japan

You have been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, and choose no surgery. Although thyroid cancer diagnosis has spiked around the world, a trend is to pass on surgery if the cancer is identified as low risk. In doing so, mortality rate does not increase and it avoids unfavorable events sometimes related to surgery, such as vocal chord paralysis, hypothyroidsm, financial costs, and lifelong thyroid hormone treatment.
In this episode, we visit with Dr. hypothyroidism, a pioneer in prescribing active surveillance in place of immediate surgery.

Read More »
Endocrine

18: What is Graves’ Disease? What is Hyperthyroidism? with Doctor David Schneider from University of Wisconsin

Dr. Schneider specializes in endocrine surgery, treating diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands.
This episode explores the following topics:

Treatment options for Graves disease.
Treatment options for hyperthyroidism.
Dangers of hyperthyroidism medication.
Symptoms of hyperthyroidism.
Why smokers are a higher risk in the treatment of hyperthyroidism.

Read More »
Endocrine

15: Combination Therapy of T4 and T3: Combat Hypothyroidism, Weight Gain, and Fatigue with Dr. Antonio Bianco from Rush University

Thyroidectomy often leads to hypothyroidism-like symptoms. This includes brain fog, sluggishness, weight gain, unmotivated, and water accumulation.

Dr. Bianco’s research has revealed the connection between thyroidectomy, hypothyroidism symptoms, and T4 only therapy. Although T4 only therapy works for the majority, others report serious symptoms. Listen to this segment to hear greater detail.

Read More »
Endocrine

72: [Spanish] La Conexión Entre el Corazón y el Hipotiroidismo. Entrevista con la Dra. Gabriela Brenta de Buenos Aires

En esta entrevista, discutimos los siguientes temas:
* Menos función cardiovascular
* Hipertensión
* La conexión entre el funcionamiento del corazón menos y el hipotiroidismo
* El riesgo cardiovascular
* Resistencia cardiovascular
* Mayor colesterol LDL e hipotiroidismo
* Hipotiroidismo subclínico y riesgo
* Niveles de TSH
* Niveles de TSH por encima de 10
* Colesterol e hipotiroidismo
* Riesgo residual y estatinas
* Mejorando la absorción de T4
* Levotiroxina y buen cumplimiento
* Osteoporosis

Read More »
Endocrine

59: No Biopsia es 100% Exacta⎥Exámenes Moleculares son los Mejores, con Dr. Paul Y. Casanova

Dr. Paul Y. Casanova-Romero, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.E, E.C.N.U, que se unió a Palm Beach Diabetes y Endocrine Specialists en 2012, recibió su grado médico con honores (Summa Cum Laude) y Doctor en Ciencias Médicas (DMSc), de la Universidad de Zulia, la Escuela de Medicina en Venezuela.
* ¿Cómo se identifican los nódulos y por qué ocurren? autoexamen o en la oficina del médico
* La mayoría de los nódulos son benignos pero ocurren porque en mas de 70% de la población
* ¿Qué tests puede realizar un médico para evaluar el nódulo?
* Ninguna test es 100%
* Ultrasonido – qué están buscando en general
* Que es ojo fina y el proceso general
* Tests moleculares
* ¿Qué tipos de resultados se pueden obtener de la citología y qué significan?
* La mayoria de ojo finas son benigno

Read More »
Close Menu

Subscribe to Doctor Thyroid with Philip James Newsletter

No spam. Your information is safe.
It will not be shared with any third party.
You can unsubscribe at any time.