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Vesicoureteral Reflux
What Is Vesicoureteric Reflux? Vesicoureteric reflux is the condition in which the urine flows back from the bladder to the ureter. This condition is also known as vesicoureteral reflux. There is a progressive flow of urine from the kidney to the bladder ... Read More
November 28, 2020admin
Hypospadias
Introduction Hypospadias surgery is done to correct the hypospadias in children. The complications of surgery reduces if the surgery is done at an early age. Despite advanced technologies, there may be complications after hypospadias surgery. Why Complications Occurs After ... Read More
November 9, 2020admin
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Introduction Before the advancement in the surgical field, the surgery was done by making a long incision at the site of the procedure. However, laparoscopic surgery has changed the way the operations are being conducted. Various types of surgeries are now possible through laparoscopy. There ... Read More
November 2, 2020admin
Scrotal-Swelling

Scrotal Swelling

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Introduction Scrotal swelling may cause discomfort in children. The child may have pain or heaviness due to scrotal swelling. Scrotal swelling may be chronic or acute. Acute painful swelling requires immediate medical intervention. What Is Scrotal Swelling? Testicles are present in the ... Read More
November 2, 2020admin
Introduction Before the advancement in the surgical field, the surgery was done by making a long incision at the site of the procedure. However, laparoscopic surgery has changed the way the operations are being conducted. Various types of surgeries are now possible through ... Read More
November 2, 2020admin
4 year old child, presented with c/o mass in the right side of the abdomen noticed for the last 15 days which was gradually increasing in size. The child was evaluated and ultrasound and CECT abdomen was suggestive of large cystic right kidney mass of approx ... Read More
March 20, 2020admin
Tumours of the adrenal gland, other than neuroblastoma, are extremely rare in children. Pheochromocytomas are catecholamine secreting tumors derived from the adrenal gland which presents with symptoms of palpitation, sweating and headache. A 12 year old boy was admitted in emergency with c/o abnormal limb movements and severe headache. He was ... Read More
March 9, 2020admin
7 year old male child, presented with c/o pain abdomen for 10- 15 days. He was evaluated and USG abdomen and CECT abdomen showed a large, well capsulated right adrenal mass of size approximately 6X7 cm. The evaluation was suggestive of a benign non functioning adrenal mass. He underwent successful ... Read More
March 9, 2020admin
What Is Antenatal Hydronephrosis? Antenatal hydronephrosis is the condition that occurs in the fetus during pregnancy. The condition is characterized by enlargement of the kidney due to the accumulation of fluid. Antenatal hydronephrosis indicates various renal ... Read More
March 3, 2020admin
Introduction For parents, children are the most valuable assets. They leave no stones unturned to provide them with necessities and facilities. They make no compromise to their child's health and provide with them the best healthcare facilities. They search for the best pediatric doctor and ... Read More
February 28, 2020admin