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14:01

Local

European trend inspires first clinic on the Costa exclusively for cats

Tony Bryant

A new trend in specialised pet care has inspired the opening of the first veterinary clinic on the Costa just for cats. It is also one of only two that exist in Andalucía, the other being in Seville. Clínica Felina Malagat, which opened last month

13:59

Local

Doctors perform thyroid surgery using a new and less invasive technique

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

A patient has recently undergone thyroid surgery using a new technique. The successful procedure, which is known as 'transoral thyroidectomy' and is carried out via the mouth, was performed at the HLA El Ángel hospital by Thai surgeon Thanyawat ... transoral thyroid surgery. "In ten years or so, most thyroid operations will be carried out using this technique," said Dr Glückmann, who organised the workshop alongside Dr Jorge García-Alemán, in collaboration with the Clínico hospital's endocrinology

13:11

Gibraltar

Spinal surgery is now available in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Patients with a painful spine condition caused by osteoporosis can now be treated in Gibraltar, thanks to a new surgical service launched by the Gibraltar Health Authority. Previously, patients and their families had to travel to the UK for the pr

17:11

National

King Emeritus Juan Carlos leaves intensive care after open heart surgery

sur / lucy newby

King Emeritus Juan Carlos I is recovering well following open heart surgery on Saturday. The 81-year-old former monarch had a triple heart bypass at the Quirón Hospital in Madrid. The decision was made following the results of a routine health check

14:31

Local

Local police in Ronda pay for operation for dog that was run over

vanessa melgar

...the bone sticking out and required emergency surgery. Within 24 hours, the force managed to raise the required 500 euros and the operation was carried out at the San Antón veterinary clinic, where she is now recovering and awaiting a new home.

13:32

Local

Shorter waiting lists for surgery but longer ones for tests

Ángel Escalera

The waiting time for surgery under the health service in Malaga has improved and the province now has the third-shortest waiting times after Cadiz and Cordoba. In Malaga the average delay is now 68 days for surgery which is supposed to be carried ... collated at 30 June last year, showed that there were 5,550 patients waiting for surgery within 180 days, and the average wait was 68 days, which was four fewer than on 30 June 2017. The Andalusian Health Service says the waiting time in Malaga is better

21:32

LifeStyle

Not madness or period pains: it's called endometriosis

alberto gómez

...contraceptive pills or a hormone-releasing intrauterine device (the Mirena IDU). More severe cases need surgery, and this has historically been aggressive, removing the ovaries and fallopian tubes. Now, new technologies mean there is less damage to healthy ... that she had "slight endometriomas". The doctors didn't recommend surgery, but she insisted. "I went into the operating theatre thinking I was mad," she says. Although she didn't expect it, they also removed her fallopian tubes and the left ovary ... "endometriosis" on her certificates. And friends and relatives still say "Endo what?", even though she has lived with the illness all her life. She had surgery for the first time when she was 16. Since then they have removed her fallopian tubes, left ovary, almost

16:08

LifeStyle

Juan José's new lifestyle

Ángel Escalera

...useful. On 15 September Juan José underwent surgery. In total he spent six months in hospital, during which time he lost weight by following a strict diet and taking exercise. This was essential because he wouldn't have been able to have the operation,

10:58

LifeStyle

A surgeon who sees medicine as a vocation

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...patients there without resources. Dr Ramírez, who is the head of the general and digestive surgery department at the Quirónsalud hospitals in Malaga and Marbella, has just returned from Liberia, where from 28 January to 2 February more than 250 patients ... underwent surgery. If it had not been for the humanitarian team led by Ramírez, they would not have been able to have the operations they needed. The mission was organised by the Cirujanos en Acción and Bisturí Solidario associations. Impact of first ... first stay in Liberia, he promised a woman with a huge goiter that he would go back and operate on her, and he kept his word, performing the surgery in the town of Ganta, in the north of the country. That was the first operation he carried out on his