Pediatric Laparoscopy Surgery In India

What is Pediatric Laparoscopy? Pediatric laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery in children ranging from the newborn to teenage. This involves performing the basic procedures in newborn. Pediatric Laparoscopic surgery is when small cuts are used to perform the surgery and it is popularly known as the Key Hole Surgery. A major surgery takes a long time … Read more

Clubfoot Treatment in India

What is Clubfoot in Children? Clubfoot is a deformity of the foot, this is when one or both feet are turned inward. This condition affects the bones, muscles, tendons, and blood vessels. Clubfoot is present from birth and most children with clubfoot have it in both feet and it is called bilateral clubfoot. This condition … Read more

Epilepsy Treatment In India

What is Pediatric Epilepsy? Epilepsy is a brain disorder where a person has recurring seizures and it is one of the most common disorders of the nervous system. The brain consists of nerve cells which communicate with each other through electrical activity. The seizures are triggered by changes in the electrical and chemical activity in … Read more

Pediatric Liver Transplant in India

What is a Pediatric Liver transplant? A Liver transplant is a surgical procedure that is done to treat Liver failure. The liver is essential for digesting food and removing all the toxic substances from your body. If your Childs’s Liver stop working, then the liver will not be able to filter harmful substances from their … Read more

Pediatric Scoliosis Treatment in India

What is Scoliosis in Children? Scoliosis is a deformity of the spine (backbone). It is when the spine curves to the left or right side. The curve of the spine measures 10° or more. A normal spine will appear straight when looked at from behind, because a child with scoliosis has a spine with an … Read more

Bowleg Correction Surgery in India

What Are Bowlegs? Bowlegs are a condition in which a person’s legs appear bowed out, which means that their knees stay wide apart, even when their ankles are together. Bowlegs is also known as congenital genu varum. Bowlegs can sometimes be a sign of an underlying disease, such as Blount’s disease or rickets and may … Read more

Knock Knees Treatment in Children

What is Knee deformity? The knee deformity occurs because of the difference in growth of both the sides of the knee joint, which means that if there is more growth in bones around the knee joint on the inner side, the leg will bend inward or outward causing bow legs or knock knees respectively. This … Read more

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 In India

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

Treatment for Hydrocephalus in Children

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

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