Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric surgery is a branch of surgery that covers the surgical treatment of medical conditions in infants, children and teenagers. This branch specializes in the treatment of congenital anomalies, injuries, infections, and other medical conditions in children. Pediatric surgery, considering the growth and development of children, uses special techniques and equipment suitable for their bodies. Therefore, pediatric surgery is a different specialty from adult surgery. Pediatric surgeons receive specialized training in the effects of surgical interventions, especially in infants and children, their effects on growth and development, and the long-term consequences of treatments. These include many different issues, including the genitourinary system, intestines, liver and gallbladder, stomach and intestines, pancreas, respiratory system, brain and spinal cord, and other medical conditions. Pediatric surgery encompasses the surgical treatment of many medical conditions in infants, children, and teenagers. These conditions include various conditions such as congenital anomalies, injuries, infections, tumors, intestinal obstructions, foreign body ingestion or respiratory tract obstructions, urological problems, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and gastrointestinal diseases.

Digestive System Pediatric Surgical Diseases

Congenital abnormalities of the digestive system include congenital abnormalities, appendicitis, reflux disease, constipation, foreign body ingestion or respiratory tract obstructions, intra-abdominal masses, hernia, malabsorption syndrome, Crohn's disease, and ulcerative colitis.

Respiratory System Pediatric Surgical Diseases

Respiratory system pediatric surgical diseases is a branch of surgery that covers the surgical treatment of respiratory system-related medical conditions in infants, children and young people. These diseases include anomalies, obstructions, infections and other problems of the respiratory tract.

Surgical Treatment of Hormonal Diseases in Children

Surgical treatment of hormonal diseases in children refers to the surgical treatment of some conditions that cause hormonal problems. These conditions occur as a result of improper functioning of the thyroid, pituitary, adrenal and other glands that affect the endocrine system of children.

Head and Neck Surgery in Children

Head and neck surgery in children refers to the surgical treatment of tumors, cysts, lymph node problems, infections, injuries or congenital abnormalities in the head and neck region.

Anorectal Malformations

Anorectal malformations are congenital defects in the development of the anus and rectum. Normally, the rectum and anus form the last part of the digestive tract and are used to remove stool from the body. Anorectal malformations interfere with the normal development of this region and can occur in a variety of ways.

Congenital Duodenal Occlusions

Congenital duodenal occlusions are a condition seen in newborn babies. The duodenum is the initial part of the small intestine that comes after the stomach. Congenital duodenal occlusions result from a defect in the development of this region and prevent food from passing into the stomach.

Exstrophy Cloaca

Exstrophy of the cloaca is a condition called a birth defect. Normally, babies' reproductive organs and digestive systems develop separately, whereas in babies with exstrophy cloaca, these organs develop together and merge into a single opening. In this case, the bladder, intestines and genitals are located in one opening.

Exstrophy Vesica

Exstrophy vesica is a congenital abnormality and is a condition in which the patency of the urinary bladder is exposed. Normally, the bladder is located within the body and controls the storage and excretion of urine. However, in the case of exstrophy vesica, the bladder protrudes outside the abdominal wall and remains exposed.

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Pediatric Surgery