Pediatric surgeons deal with a broad range of congenital and acquired lesions, including:
Head and Neck: simple cutaneous soft tissue cysts (eg dermoid), thyroid /parathyroid lesions, thyroglossal duct cyst, branchial cleft remnants and cysts, tumors, lymphadenopathy, cystic hygroma, airway emergencies, airway foreign body.
Thoracic: all congenital and acquired lesions of lung; esophagus (including foreign body), diaphragm, mediastinum (tumors, thymic diseases, thoracic duct, sympathectomy, etc); chest wall, patent ductus arteriosis.
Abdomen: retroperitineum/pelvis, stomach, intestine, colon, rectum, liver spleen, pancreas, abdominal tumors (liver, renal, retroperitoneal, metastisis, chest wall) abdominal wall (hernias), genitalia (undescended testis, testicular tumors, varicocele), vascular access.
Trauma (up to the age of 14 years).
Burns (for patients who require Level 3 PICU only) will also be provided at Sidra.
Head and Neck
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