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Whenever a patient comes to Dr. Larian for the examination and treatment of a parathyroid tumor, they often seek medical attention because they noticed certain symptoms that were bothering them. Though symptoms of parathyroid tumors can mimic other disorders, it’s important to always listen to your body and understand when you should reach out to an experienced parathyroid surgeon for help. At the CENTER for Advanced Parathyroid Surgery in Beverly Hills, world-renowned parathyroid expert Babak Larian, MD, FACS would like to share helpful tips for his patients so they may better understand the symptoms surrounding parathyroid adenomas.

Symptoms of Parathyroid Tumors

Because each person is different, individuals may experience some, all, or none of the parathyroid tumor symptoms listed below. Most commonly, parathyroid tumors occur as a result of hyperparathyroidism, which leads to an increased level of calcium in the blood. Some of the most common parathyroid adenoma symptoms include the following:

  • Muscle pain
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability, and moodiness
  • Memory loss
  • Constipation

Even though parathyroid tumor symptoms may be fairly common and can occur as a result of other disorders, it’s important to visit your physician if you’re experiencing any of the symptoms above without reason. Testing for hyperparathyroidism and a parathyroid tumor can be done through blood tests to check calcium and parathyroid hormone levels.

How Are Parathyroid Tumors Treated?

Dr. Larian, along with his team of specialists, treat parathyroid tumors by removing the growth through a procedure called a minimally invasive parathyroidectomy, also known as MIP surgery. Undergoing MIP surgery for the removal of a parathyroid tumor as opposed to a traditional parathyroidectomy has several benefits, including shorter operative time, much less pain, minimal scarring, faster recovery time, reduced complication rate, and the ability for patients to return home the very same day. In addition, Dr. Larian is also able to use local anesthesia with sedatives to perform the operation, making the recovery much easier as compared to general anesthesia.

Contact The CENTER For Advanced Parathyroid Surgery Today

At the CENTER for Advanced Parathyroid Surgery in Los Angeles, Dr. Larian’s number one goal is to always bring his patients excellent care while providing optimal outcomes. If you’re currently suffering from a parathyroid tumor or believe that you might be and need help taking the next steps for a successful treatment, we encourage you to contact our medical practice today by calling (310) 461-0300 to schedule your initial consultation, during which Dr. Larian will be able to come up with the best plan of action for combating your disorder.