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Congenital defects and diseases in the urinary tract or genitals of your child has to be identified early and rectified sooner. Unattended conditions put your child into various complications for rest of their life. The urinary tract includes the kidneys, ureters, and the bladder while the ... Read More
November 11, 2019admin
Surgeries are scary, and when it is for your child it is the scariest! You would be terrified to make your mind to take your child to a surgery, preparing for the hospital stay and going through the child recovery process. The happy news is that, ... Read More
November 11, 2019admin
Hypospadias is a birth defect in boys in which the opening of the urethra is not located at the tip of penis. In these cases the tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside of the body or the ... Read More
June 22, 2019admin
Kidneys are important organ for urine formation. Normally, urine flows into the bladder through ureters. However, in some children, urine from the bladder flows back through the ureters. This condition is known as Vesicouretral reflux (VUR) and is common in infants and children. It can be unilateral or ... Read More
May 23, 2019admin
An undescended testicle (or “testis”) is when it fails to drop into the normal place in the scrotum. This is found in about 3 ... Read More
September 17, 2018admin
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For the Nigerian parents of conjoined twins — Hussaina and Hassana Badaru, watching their daughters celebrate their first birthday after a successful separation surgery ... Read More
September 14, 2018admin
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Doctors at a city hospital performed a life-saving surgery on a one-year-old boy suffering from rare neurological disorder dancing eye-dancing feet syndrome. At just one Ayaan was diagnosed with a ... Read More
September 8, 2018admin