Sarcoma and its typologies

A sarcoma is a type of cancer that originates in body tissues such as muscle or bone. Thus, distinctions are made between sarcomas based on where they originate, and they are classified into two groups: bone tissue sarcomas and soft tissue sarcoma. Bone tissue sarcomas Sarcoma of bone tissue has its origin in connective tissue, … Read more

7 Essential Questions About Lipedema

Dr. Burgos de la Obra was the pioneer surgeon in Spain to dedicate himself exclusively to the treatment of lipedema, and the first Spanish surgeon to use the WAL technique in a standardized way to treat it. He is currently the medical director of Lipemedical, the first Spanish medical team dedicated exclusively to the diagnosis … Read more

Mini-laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery

The gallbladder is the place where the bile produced by the liver is stored. When we eat, the gallbladder contracts and expels its contents, which bind with the food to promote the absorption of food. Bile is composed of different components such as cholesterol, hormones, bile salts… when the proportion is not exact these components … Read more

Laparoscopic surgery to end heartburn

According to digestive system specialists, heartburn is an easy symptom to diagnose and treat. Sometimes, due to its severity or not receiving an effective treatment that makes it disappear, it is necessary to undergo laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopic surgery technique Laparoscopic surgery refers to the way in which the general surgeon accesses the abdominal cavity. It … Read more

Morbid Obesity Surgery

Am I a candidate for surgery? You are a candidate for surgery because you meet the internationally accepted requirements which are to have a body mass index greater than 40 or greater than 35 associated with the diseases that obesity develops, to have obesity of long evolution and to have failed conventional medical measures duly … Read more