By Ahmed H. Al-Salem
Written in an easy aspect via aspect variety for ease of use, this quantity covers all facets of pediatric surgical procedure with emphasis on details for prognosis and administration. every one bankruptcy covers an issue with emphasis at the commonest stipulations in neonatal and basic pediatric surgical procedure. The textual content is definitely illustrated with scientific, operative, radiological, and histopathological colour figures and illustrations. The e-book additionally offers a few of the infrequent stipulations encountered in pediatric surgical procedure, in addition to universal pediatric urology conditions.
An Illustrated consultant to Pediatric Surgery is an invaluable connection with pediatric surgeons, experts, fellows and citizens, in addition to basic surgeons, pediatricians, neonatologists, scientific scholars and interns attracted to pediatric surgery.
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8 A clinical photograph of a large lymphangioma arising in the upper thigh. There was spontaneous bleeding inside the lymphangioma Fig. 9 A clinical photograph showing lymphangioma arising from the tongue Sites of Lymphangiomas • Lymphangiomas occur at any site in the body but: − They are most commonly seen in the head and neck area. 10). • Although rare, lymphangioma should be considered in the differential diagnosis of children presenting with cystic swellings at these unusual sites. Treatment • • • • The treatment of lymphangiomas continues to be a challenge.
Fig. 20 a and b Clinical photographs showing bilateral hydroceles which is very large in the second one Recommended Reading 27 Fig. 21 Clinical photograph of a large encysted hydrocele after complete excision • Surgery is indicated: − If the hydrocele has not disappeared by age 1 year. − If it becomes very large. 21). • Rarely, a hernia and hydrocele may occur together. Hydroceles need to be treated surgically if there is a hernia in addition to the hydrocele. • Hydroceles need to be treated surgically when they develop as a complication of ventriculoperitoneal shunts.
4). • Strangulated inguinal hernia: A hernia that is irreducible and in which the blood supply of the herniated intestines is compromised leading to ischemia. 6). • Infants 6 months of age and younger who have inguinal hernias have a much higher risk of strangulation than older children. • The content of an inguinal hernial sac is commonly small intestines but may also contain ovary, testes, Meckel’s diverticulum, appendix, and urinary bladder. • Amyand’s hernia: an inguinal hernia in which the content of the hernial sac is the vermiform appendix.
An Illustrated Guide to Pediatric Surgery by Ahmed H. Al-Salem