Pop-up Image

Newsletter Mensual

Suscríbete para recibir nuestras últimas noticias

    Home  /  Áreas de Especialización  /  Motilidad Digestiva

    Digestive Motility Unit

    Gastrointestinal motility is the physiological action of the digestive system responsible for moving the contents of the mouth towards the anus. The activity of smooth muscle cells and circular muscle cells is responsible for the displacement of the chyme by the digestive system.

    Anyone at any age can have periods of constipation, especially coinciding with changes in diet, travel, stress. Older or less active people have constipation more often. However, other times it is related to different diseases such as: diabetes, thyroid disorders, etc. Constipation can also cause some medications to treat chronic pain, depression and some heart diseases.

    At Oncocir Centro is performed the assessment of esophageal motility and gastroesophageal reflux, study of anorectal motility, quantification of colonic transit time and “biofeed-back” techniques.

    Conservative surgery of the breast and axillary lymphadenectomy

    Sentinel lymph node biopsy

    Oncoplastic surgery

    Prophylactic Mastectomy

    Melanoma and soft tissue sarcomas

    Gastrointestinal cancer

    Stomach, esophagus and small intestine cancer

    Auto transplantation of the small intestine by tumors

    Colon and rectum cancer

    Liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile duct cancer

    Cancer of the endocrine system

    Sandy tumors, thyroid cancer

    Adrenal tumors, thyroid cancer

    Metastatic cancer of unknown origin

    Gynecological cancers

    Ovarian cancer, uterus, cervix, tubes, vulva

    Specialist Team

    Dr. Juan Carlos Meneu – Founding member of Oncocir

     

    Director of Hepatic-Biliary –

    Pancreatic Surgery Unit Oncological Surgery.

    Dr. Pietro Giordano

    Intestinal Motility Unit

    Dra. Ana Fernández.

    Colorectal Emergency Surgery. Proctology

    Dr. Néstor Taboada 

    Surgeon. Specialist in General Surgery and Gastroenterology

     

    Come to meet us or request a consultation by videoconference. If you rather, we will contact you.