All Medical UnitsPediatric Surgery

Pediatric Surgery is concerned with the treatments of surgical disorders of newborn, pre-school and school-age children up to the age of 15. Pediatric surgeons administer the treatment of congenital abnormalities in prenatal or postnatal periods and the treatment of subsequent disorders requiring surgical intervention.

One of the most important factors in surgical operations is anesthesia. While we have cutting-edge surgical techniques, tools and materials in the clinic; we also render top-level service with the physicians specialized in terms of anesthesia. Newborn or older children are anaesthetized and then operated with a comfortable and safe anesthesia, and it is ensured that they are free from pain and comfortable after the operation.

Procedures performed in the clinic

  • Circumcision
  • Disorders, cysts, masses and structural defects requiring surgical interventions during or after birth along with prenatal approach
  • Congenital and postnatal swellings, masses, cysts in neck
  • Congenital muscular curvature in neck (torticollis)
  • Congenital and postnatal pulmonary cysts and masses
  • All pulmonary surgical disorders
  • Malformations in chest wall
  • Masses in armpits and breasts
  • Foreign objects in trachea, obstruction or inflammation
  • Congenital absence of development of abdominal wall, intestines outside the abdomen (like gastroschisis, omphalocele)
  • Congenital cysts, masses, structural defects in all intra-abdominal organs (like liver, biliary tract, spleen)
  • Esophageal, gastro-intestinal system obstructions and all surgical disorders, inflammations (like appendicitis, cholecystitis, intestinal knot syndrome)
  • Surgical causes of symptoms like constipation, vomiting, inability to defecate, abdominal distension, abdominal pain
  • All congenital and postnatal cysts, masses, obstructions and other surgical disorders
  • Surgical disorders in ovaries and other genital organs
  • Surgical disorders in penis and external urinary tract (like abnormalities, obstructions in urinary meatus)
  • Abnormal localization (undescended testicle) or torsion in testicles (disorders such as inflammation, mass)
  • Inguinal herniation, swellings, umbilical herniation in males and females
  • Congenital or postnatal soft tissue mass cysts, tumors, masses