Pediatric Conditions

We Treat a Wide Range of Conditions

A

Abdominal trauma
Abdominal tumors (neuroblastoma, Wilms' tumor)
Abdominal wall defects including gastroschisis, omphalocele and Pentalogy of Cantrell
Anal fissure (tear in the skin that lines the anus)
Appendicitis

B

Biliary atresia
Brachial cleft abnormality

C

Cellulitis
Chest wall deformities

Choledochal cyst (cysts of the bile ducts)
Circumcision
Cloacal malformations
Cloacal exstrophy (intra-abdominal structures, such as the large intestines, are exposed at birth)
Conjoined twins
Cystic hygromas
Cystic adenomatoid malformation of the lung and other types of bronchogenic cysts (a cystic area in the lung)

D

Diaphragmatic hernias
Duodenal atresia (the first part of the small intestine does not form properly)
Duodenal stenosis (partial obstruction of the small intestines because of narrowing)
Duplication cysts and mesenteric cysts

E

Esophageal atresia (the esophagus is shortened and closed off at some point) with or without Tracheoesophageal fistula (TEF) (an abnormal connection from the windpipe to the swallowing tube)
Esophageal stenosis (narrowing of the esophagus that leads to difficulty swallowing)

G

Gallbladder disease
Gastroesophageal reflux

 

H

Head and neck tumors
Hernia (umbilical/inguinal)
Hepatobiliary (liver) cysts
Hepatobiliary tumors
Hiatal hernia (stomach pushes through the diaphragm)
Hirschsprung's disease
Hydrometrocolpos (collection of fluid in the vagina) and imperforate hymen (blockage of the vagina)

I

Imperforate anus (the anus and rectum do not form properly) including persistent cloaca (the vagina, rectum and urinary tract are fused)
Inflammatory bowel disease
Intestinal obstruction

L

Lung and mediastinum (middle section of the chest cavity) malformations

N

Necrotizing enterocolitis (infection and inflammation of the intestine)

O

Obstructions of the colon
Ovarian cysts

P

Pectus excavatum (sunken or funnel chest, a depression of the breastbone)
Perianal abscess (infection in the soft tissue surrounding the anal canal)
Pyloric stenosis 

R

Rectal prolapse (the rectum becomes stretched out and sticks out of the anus)
Ribcage and sternal (breastbone) deformities

T

Teratoma (sacrococcygeal) and other tumors of the newborn
Torticollis

U

Umbilical anomalies including hernia, patent urachus and patent omphalo-mesenteric duct
Undescended testes