Endocrine Surgery at the University of Michigan specializes in the treatment of cancers and other diseases of the adrenals, thyroid, pancreas and parathyroid and endocrine disorders of the GI tract including carcinoid and post-gastric bypass hypoglycemic syndromes.
We offer both inpatient and outpatient services utilizing minimally-invasive and open surgical techniques. As dedicated specialists in endocrine surgery our team of surgeons perform a large number of procedures each year to classify them as experts in the treatment of the conditions listed below.
Our surgeons offer treatment for both common conditions and the most advanced types of parathyroid disease. We are often referred patients with highly complex issues requiring state-of-the-art surgical care not available elsewhere. We offer both inpatient and outpatient services utilizing both minimally invasive and open surgical techniques to treat the following conditions:
As one of the largest endocrine surgeon divisions in the United States our surgeons perform over 300 thyroid surgeries every year, which in turn leads to lower complication rates and better outcomes for our patients. Our surgeons offer treatment for both common conditions and the most advanced types of thyroid disease including:
Having your care managed by an experienced team optimizes your chance for recovery, and decreases the risk of recurrence. In their entire career, most doctors will never encounter a single case of adrenal cancer. University of Michigan adrenal specialists typically see 10 to 15 adrenal cancer patients each week. Our surgeons offer treatment for both common conditions and the most advanced types of adrenal disease including:
The Multidisciplinary Endocrine Tumor Program at the University of Michigan is composed of endocrinologists, endocrine surgeons, radiologists, nuclear medicine specialists and oncologists who specialize in all aspects of diagnosis and treatment of all endocrine conditions including:
To learn more about the conditions we treat, visit our Endocrine Surgery at the University of Michigan patient care website.