Pediatric Surgery

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Acibadem Sistina Hospital performs a wide range of surgical procedures in children – surgery in infants and young children, pediatric digestive surgery, pediatric urology and pediatric reconstructive urology, pediatric trauma, pediatric thoracic surgery, pediatric oncology surgery, pediatric plastic surgery, pediatric neurosurgery, ear, nose and throat surgery in children and pediatric orthopedics. Opening of the Cardiac Surgery Department allows to perform the most complicated cardiac surgeries. Thanks to the sophisticated, advanced equipment available at the hospital, most interventions are performed by minimally invasive approach via a small surgical incision resulting in less pain, faster healing and shorter hospital stay for the children.

– inguinal hernia
– funiculocele
– hydrocele (fluid hernia)
– undescended testicles (cryptorchidism)
– circumcision
– varicocele
– testicular torsion
– appendix removal surgery (laparoscopic appendectomy)
– small intestine surgery
– Meckel’s diverticulum
– invagination
– Hirschsprung’s Disease (transanal pull-through Soave)
– large bowel (colon) surgery
– mesenteric cysts and lymphangiomas
– hypospadias
– obstructive uropathy (ureteropyelitis and prevesical stenosis)
– endoscopic treatment of vesicoureteral reflux STING-procedure
– posterior urethral valve
– Wilms tumor (nephroblastoma)
– neuroblastoma
– spleen surgery
– liver surgery
– pancreatic surgery
– Echinococcal cyst
– trichobezoar
– gastric surgery
– pyloric stenosis
– Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
– duodenal surgery
– thoracoscopy
– pleural empyema
– lobectomy lung surgery
– neonatal surgery (esophageal atresia, duodenal atresia, small intestinal atresia, anal atresia, biliary atresia, bladder exstrophy, gastroshisis, diaphragmatic hernia)
– congenital cysts and fistulas of the neck
– syndactyly
– surgical treatment of burns
– fractures of bones including X-ray repositioning and immobilization
– fractures of long bones of the forearm, upper arm, lower leg and upper leg including non-bloody repositioning and percutaneous osteosynthesis
– minimally invasive surgery