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Dr. Alberto Quintero – Cirugiadigestiva.com

Dr. Alberto Quintero

Endoscopist and Bariatric Surgeon Endoscopist and Bariatric Surgeon

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Dr. Alberto Quintero is a prominent endoscopy specialist with an impressive career in the field. He has conducted over 4,000 endoscopic procedures during his professional journey, showcasing his expertise in this area.

Dr. Quintero, holding medical license number 8595786, is certified by the Mexican Council of General Surgery, A.C. He is a distinguished member of the Mexican Board of General Surgery, the Mexican Association of Endoscopic Surgery, and the Mexican Association of Gastroenterology.

All of this information attests to his proficiency in performing endoscopic procedures with a focus on safety and effectiveness.

Benefits of

Endoscopy Surgery

The benefits of endoscopic surgery include: minimal invasiveness and scarring, shorter hospitalization, reduced risk of infection, and quicker recovery. Furthermore, the procedure typically entails less pain, enhancing both aesthetics and patient comfort.

Endoscopy Surgery Traditional Surgery
No Incisions
Small incisions
4-hour hospitalization
Procedure time of 2 hours
2-3 day recovery
1-day hospitalization
Ambulatory
10-15 day recovery

Is it safe?

Endoscopy is a safe procedure when conducted by an experienced medical professional in a properly equipped environment, such as a medical center or hospital. However, as with any medical procedure, there are some potential risks, although they are generally low.

What is an

upper endoscopy and colonoscopy?

Upper endoscopy and colonoscopy are two medical procedures that entail the insertion of an endoscope (a slender, flexible tube with a camera at its tip) into distinct segments of the gastrointestinal tract for the assessment and diagnosis of various conditions.

What is it and what is it used for?

This procedure entails the insertion of the endoscope through the mouth and throat into the esophagus, stomach, and the initial segment of the small intestine, known as the duodenum. It is employed for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as gastric ulcers, acid reflux, and upper gastrointestinal bleeding, and for conducting biopsies.

What is it and what is it used for?

This procedure entails inserting the colonoscope through the anus to examine the colon and rectum. It is primarily utilized for the detection and prevention of colon diseases, such as polyps, colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel diseases (such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and other conditions affecting the lower gastrointestinal tract.

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Diseases I treat

as an endoscopist

in Mexicali!

vesicula

Gallbladder

A surgical procedure to remove the gallbladder, an organ that stores bile. It is performed when there are gallstones, inflammation or related diseases.

hernia

Hernia

A surgical procedure to repair a hernia, which is the protrusion of an organ or tissue through an opening in the muscle wall that typically contains it, involves repositioning the organ or tissue to its proper location and reinforcing the muscle wall.

Reflujo

Reflux

A surgical procedure aimed at addressing chronic gastroesophageal reflux. It seeks to correct the malfunctioning lower esophageal sphincter, which permits gastric acids to flow back into the esophagus, leading to heartburn and damage. The surgery may entail repairing the sphincter or, in certain instances, creating a new anti-reflux valve.

Coloproctology
conditions

Surgical procedures designed to address conditions that impact the colon and rectum, such as hemorrhoids, anal fistulas, colorectal polyps, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and colorectal cancer. These surgeries can vary from the removal of polyps to the resection of segments of the colon or rectum, depending on the specific condition and its severity.

Reflujo

Gastritis

Endoscopic procedures aimed at alleviating inflammation of the stomach lining, which can result from infections, excessive use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, stress, or other factors. This surgery is seldom employed to treat gastritis and is only contemplated in severe and specific cases.

Colitis

Surgical procedures employed to address inflammation of the colon. This surgery, such as a colectomy, is reserved for severe cases of ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease that do not respond to other treatments and may involve the removal of a portion or the entire colon.

metabolic
problems

Bariatric surgeries, such as gastric bypass or gastric sleeve, aim to facilitate weight loss and enhance diabetes control. These procedures are designed to enhance metabolic health and mitigate the risks associated with these conditions.

Gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding

Endoscopic or surgical procedures employed to stop hemorrhage, which may involve surgery to mend injuries or remove bleeding polyps. The objective is to identify and cease the source of bleeding to avert potential serious complications.

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