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A matter of the right balance

A hyper- or hypofunction of the thyroid affects our metabolism, as it regulates the balance of essential hormones in the human body. If there is a dysfunction, symptoms occur. In the case of hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, this regulation is disrupted and symptoms occur.

In our thyroid clinic, we perform the following medical services:

  • INITIAL CONSULTATION AND ANAMNESIS
  • BLOOD TESTS
  • DISCUSSION OF RESULTS AND EXPLANATION OF THERAPY OPTIONS
  • SURGERY PREPARATION AND CLARIFICATION
  • FOLLOW-UP EXAMS

Dr. Christian Scheuba

›Preciseness and safety are paramount.‹

PROF. DR. CHRISTIAN SCHEUBA
HEAD OF ENDOCRINE SURGERY AT AKH VIENNA, SPECIALIST IN GENERAL AND VISCERAL SURGERY

Dr. Beehroz Salehi

›For thyroid
surgeries, we rely on
the most modern methods
.‹

DR. MED. BEHROOZ SALEHI
SPECIALIST IN GENERAL AND VISCERAL SURGERY, THYROID SPECIALIST

Reliable diagnosis, modern therapy

A precise and correct diagnosis is crucial to treat effectively. The ATOMOS Klinik Währing addresses all complaints and diseases related to the thyroid.

SYMPTOMS

Hypothyroidism manifests through symptoms such as fatigue, lethargy, or weight gain. Hyperthyroidism often presents with nervousness and weight loss. Thyroid nodules are a common occurrence and are mostly benign. Only in rare cases is it thyroid cancer.

DIAGNOSIS/THERAPY

Dr. Behrooz Salehi and his team conduct a blood test to determine a potential dysfunction. This allows for the correct diagnosis and development of a therapy. Corresponding dysfunctions can be treated with medications to manage symptoms.

A nodule in the thyroid usually does not indicate cancer. However, it is essential to have it examined by a specialist. Even benign nodules can cause a sensation of pressure if they grow large. These are evaluated and treated at the ATOMOS Clinic Währing whenever possible.

SURGERY

The thyroid specialists at the ATOMOS Clinic Währing also resort to modern methods for necessary surgical interventions.

It is possible to perform surgery using minimally invasive techniques. Modern instruments and sealing with ultrasound allow a smaller incision on the neck than usual, which, in addition to aesthetic benefits, usually leads to less pain.