adenoma

I was referred to Dr Yeh after my primary care physician made a preliminary diagnosis of hyperparathyroidism, based on a reading of the calcium level in a blood sample [...]

By Amazing • February 4, 2020
I had no health conditions - no diagnoses and no medications. I have worked in mental health and am employed by a company that owns 200 hospitals. Often in more rural areas they have trouble locating someone to be the director. I assist with this and also help them get [...]
By Tuxedo • December 21, 2018
I did not experience any symptoms but since I have scoliosis, I had some xrays that revealed some osteopenia. My primary care physician ran some tests and noticed my calcium was high. He referred me to an endocrinologist who ran a scan and then referred me to
By Lefty • September 12, 2018
I found out from my endocrinologist that I needed a parathyroidectomy done. I have a strong aversion to surgery but my doctor decided that the adenoma on the parathyroid was large enough to potentially cause problems to the nearby area so it had to be surgically [...]
By Liz • August 24, 2018
At my age of 84, I was a bit apprehensive going under anesthesia for surgery. However, it was the best option for me, and looking back I am happy to say that everything went smoothly. Dr. Yeh is extremely personable, and my family enjoyed interacting [...]
By pickle • April 12, 2018
In 2012, I had an adenoma on my right parathryroid gland. I had surgery, the doctor took out the wrong gland. When he went in, he looked at the right but said it looked ok and said the left one looked "a little funk" so he took out the left. [...]
By Martha • December 6, 2017
1 1/2 years ago my primary doctor said my calcium level was high. He referred me for a nuclear scan which showed I had an adenoma. But the doctor never followed up after that so nothing happened. When I next went to see him, he again said my calcium was [...]
By Bob • December 2, 2017