Home > Endocrine Disorders > Hyperparathyroidism and Minimally Invasive Surgery Get the Flash Player to see this player. Rate: (Click the stars to rate) Published on Sep 11, 2008 by MichaelYeh, Views: 7869 The parathyroid glands regulate the calcuim levels in your body. Hyperparathyroidism commonly causes symptoms such as bone loss, muscle weakness, bone pain, difficulty concentrating, severe fatigue, and kidney stones. An adenoma of the thyroid usually causes hyperparathyroidism. Minimally invasive surgery can be used to take out part of the parathyroid.