Pediatrics generally deals with pediatric diseases, and deals with the diagnosis and treatment of congenital and surgical diseases in children, which begin with the presence of the child in the womb and continue until the end of puberty.
The child is not a miniature version of an adult. The child has his anatomical, physiological, metabolic and psychological properties. These characteristics mainly affect the child’s diagnostic and therapeutic methods and surgical interventions to be performed. Therefore, pediatric surgeries should be performed only by people who have been trained to diagnose and treat surgical diseases of children, i.e. by pediatric surgeons. Because diseases of the same name vary greatly in children and adults.
Even small surgeries in children can have serious consequences for children if they are not performed under the right conditions. During these practices, it aims to protect the mental health of children and get a comfortable and painless operating period.
Pediatric surgery is a back science to meet these needs.
The Department of Pediatric Surgery operates in a wide area; Non-cardiac thoracic surgery, oncological surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, pediatric endocrine surgery, pediatric gynecology, diagnostic and internal endoscopy procedures, laparoscopic and thoracic surgery, acute congenital abnormalities, Trauma surgery, hernia, appendicitis, unprescribed testicle. You work in the field of simple operations that are seen in childhood intensively
Diagnostic and treatment methods in pediatric surgery and urology are some of the most common surgical diseases in children.
1. Laparoscopic, thoracoscopic, endoscopic, cystoscopic interventions
2. Appendicitis and laparoscopic treatment in children
3. Inguinal hernia, hydrocele, cord cyst
4. Undescended testis
5. Emergency situations of testes and bags (Acute scrotum and testicular torsion)
a. Testicular rotation (Testicular torsion)
b. Other emergencies related to testes and bags
6. Umbilical hernia
7. Navel granuloma
8. Curved neck disease (Torticolysis)
9. Labial adhesion
10. Cases of blood coming from the anus
a. Bowel Knot (Invagination)
b. Rectal polyp (Juvenile Polyp)
c. Crack in the anus (Anal fissure)
11. Constipation and encopresis in children (Stool incontinence)
12. Infant gastric outlet obstruction (Infantile ploral stenosis)
13. Circumcision (Newborn and childhood)
14. Tumor surgery (located in the abdominal and thoracic cavity)
15. Removal of foreign bodies from the air and digestive tract
16. Diseases related to child urology (hypospadias, vesicoureteral reflux)
17. Single-stage treatment of Hirschsprung’s disease
18. Congenital diseases of newborn (Diaphragmatic hernia, esophageal atresia, anal and intestinal atresia)