Endocrine Surgery

Endocrine Surgery

"Endocrine Surgery" is the first journal in Russia devoted to the problems of diagnosis and surgical treatment of endocrine diseases, and also to the problems of surgical treatment of complications of diabetes, including diabetic foot, diabetic ophthalmopathy, etc. The success of the treatment of diseases in the area depends on close cooperation between doctors of different medical disciplines - endocrinologists, surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, anesthesiologists, intensive care specialists, geneticists - using the most advanced high-tech methods of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

"Endocrine Surgery" journal collect and summarize the views of all these experts on their pages, but it guarantees the strict selection criteria of articles based on evidence and international standards. Necessity of edition of the journal "Endocrine Surgery" is caused by a lot of factors. This is a huge number of patients who need of specialized medical care, and the large number of professionals involved in the surgery of endocrine organs.

Today in our country there are no industry standards for treatment, as well as registers of patients. The main sources that guide professionals in the treatment of endocrine diseases are various publications of surgery, endocrinology and oncology, which often are contradictory and mutually exclusive information. In this regard, articles in "Endocrine Surgery" journal has focused on the clinical recommendations of international associations on the issues of Endocrine Surgery, surveyed the most interesting publications of foreign literature of evidence-based medicine.


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Vol 10, No 3 (2016)

Clinical practice
Ultrasonography of the larynx for diagnosis of the vocal folds mobility impairment
Vetshev P.S., Yankin P.L., Zhivotov V.A., Poddubnyi E.I., Drozzin A.Y., Bondarev N.S., Korol V.V., Maady A.S., Vasilev I.V., Alekseev K.I., Osipov A.S., Apostolidi K.G., Savchuk O.V., Shirokova N.V., Krastyn E.A., Balan B.A.
Endocrine Surgery. 2017;10(3):5-14
Loss of signal during intraoperative neuromonitoring of laryngeal nerves as a predictor of postoperative larynx paresis: Analysis of 1065 consequetive thyroid and parathyroid operations. Surgeons' algorythm (tactics)
Makarin V.A., Uspenskaya A.A., Semenov A.A., Timofeeva N.I., Chernikov R.A., Slepcov I.V., Chinchuk I.K., Karelina Y.V., Novokshonov K.Y., Fedorov E.A., Malyugov Y.N., Rusakov V.F., Sablin I.V., Gorskaya N.A., Denisenkova V.N., Ostanina Y.V., Krasnov L.M., Fedotov Y.N., Bubnov A.N.
Endocrine Surgery. 2017;10(3):15-24
Clinical Case
Laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy in 16 years girl with insulinoma
Sokolov Y.Y., Melikyan M.A., Karpachev S.A., Druzhinin V.R., Tashirova E.A., Brovin D.N., Danilenko O.S.
Endocrine Surgery. 2017;10(3):26-32
Letter to the Editor
TI-RADS: to be or not to be. Polemic notes from the Eurasian Forum on thyroid cancer
Borsukov A.V.
Endocrine Surgery. 2017;10(3):33-36
In memory of Arian P. Kalinin
Endocrine Surgery. 2017;10(3):37-38