Pediatric GI surgery

Biliary Atresia

Biliary atresia is a rare disease of the liver and bile ducts that occurs in infants. Symptoms of the disease appear or develop about two to eight weeks after birth. Cells within the liver produce liquid called bile. Bile helps to digest fat.

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Extrahepatic portal venous obstruction (EHPVO) is the commonest cause of portal hypertension and variceal bleeding in children. Though mortality related to variceal bleeding is uncommon, morbidity due to massive splenomegaly. 

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Hydatid Cysts Liver

In people hydatid illness is caused by the hatchlings of a tapeworm called Echinococcus granulosus. This parasitic contamination happens worldwide and is endemic in a few nations, for example, Australia and the Middle East, particularly in sheep cultivating regions.

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Intussusception is a medicinal condition in which a piece of the digestive system folds into the segment alongside it. It ordinarily includes the little entrail and less normally the extensive inside. Side effects incorporate stomach torment which may go back and forth.

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Choledochal Cysts

Choledochal cysts (a.k.a. bile duct cyst) are congenital conditions involving cystic dilatation of bile ducts.They are uncommon in western countries but not as rare in East Asian nations like Japan and China. 

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Vesicoscopic Reimplant

The surgical treatment of vesicoureteral relfux can extend from infusion treatment to open ureteral reimplantation. Negligibly intrusive applications for treatment of vesicoureteral relfux incorporate laparoscopic extravesical and intravesical ureteral reimplantation.

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Laparoscopic Nephrectomy

Laparoscopic Nephrectomy furnishes patients with a protected and powerful approach to expel an unhealthy or malignant kidney. Laparoscopic nephrectomy is an insignificantly obtrusive method, which furnishes patients with less distress and proportionate outcomes. 

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Stealth Surgery

Our pediatric general surgery group is ceaselessly examining approaches to enhance surgical methods to give ideal results to our patients – physically, rationally and socially. Stealth surgery is one such change. The surgery is "stealth" in light of the fact that no scar.

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Massive Thymic Hyperplasia

Thymic hyperplasia is an uncommon reason for a foremost mediastinal mass in youngsters. Genuine thymic hyperplasia is described by huge thymic hypertrophy with maintenance of typical thymic design and should be recognized from all the more normally observed tumors.

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USG Guided Intussusception

Intussusception is the extending or invagination of a bit of digestive system (intussusceptum) into a neighboring fragment (intussuscipiens). It is one of the normal reasons for gut check in newborn children and little children. In spite of the fact that intussusception.

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Other Treatments

Gastroschisis / Omphalo

Gastroschisis is a birth deformity of the stomach (gut) divider. The infant's digestive organs are found outside of the child's body, leaving through an opening close to the paunch catch. The gap can be little or expansive and in some cases different organs.

Internal Atresia

Atresia is a condition in which a hole or entry in the body is (typically strangely) shut or truant. Biliary atresia, a condition in babies in which the normal bile pipe between the liver and the small digestive tract is blocked or truant.

Nocturnal Enuresis

Nocturnal enuresis, additionally called bedwetting, is automatic pee while sleeping after the age at which bladder control generally happens. Nocturnal enuresis is viewed as essential (PNE) when a youngster has not yet had a drawn out time of being dry.