Pediatric Hernia Treatment

What is a Hernia? A hernia occurs when an organ or tissue in the body such as a loop of the intestine pushes through a weakened area in the abdominal wall and it can make its way into a space where it does not belong. This bulge is called hernia, and hernia Treatment is required … Read more

Hip Dysplasia Treatment

What is Congenital Hip Dysplasia? Hip dysplasia refers to a condition in which an infant’s hip joint is not formed properly. In hip dysplasia, the “ball” part of the hip joint does not fit securely into the “socket” portion. This can lead to problems walking. Hip dysplasia in children means the ball and socket joint … Read more

Hydrocephalus Surgery

What Is Hydrocephalus in Children? Hydrocephalus in children is the accumulation of too much fluid in the brain and spinal cord. Hydrocephalus is derived from the Greek word “hydro,” means “water,” and “cephalus,” means “head.” What is Congenital Hydrocephalus? Cerebrospinal fluid flows through the ventricles, which are open areas within the brain, by way of … Read more

Cochlear Implant

What is a Cochlear Implant? A cochlear implant is an electronic device which partially restores hearing.  It can be an option for people who have severe hearing loss from inner-ear damage and who receive limited benefits from hearing aids. Unlike hearing aids which usually amplify sound, a cochlear implant bypasses damaged portions of the ear … Read more

Pediatric Kidney Transplant

Pediatric Kidney Transplant: The kidneys filter waste from the blood and remove it through your urine. They also help maintain your body’s fluid and electrolyte balance. Kidney failure has a negative impact on a child’s growth, bone strength, and nerves. If your Childs’s kidneys stop working, waste builds up in their body and can make … Read more

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