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Best Pediatric Surgeons and Pediatric Urologists in Banjara Hills

Pediatric Surgery & Pediatric Urology

Dr. VVS Chandrasekharam
Dr. Muralikrishna

Pediatric Surgeons

Pediatric surgery and pediatric urology are concerned with diagnosing, treating, and managing urinary and genital issues in children. A pediatric urologist has the skills and qualifications to treat your child if they have a genital or urinary tract sickness or condition (kidneys, ureters, bladder). Adults and children have different urology issues. Ankura Hospital has the best Pediatric Surgeons and Pediatric Urologists in Banjara Hills. They are skilled at promptly diagnosing complex diseases with minimally invasive testing and procedures.

Ankura is committed to assisting newborns and children with genitourinary issues. Our expert pediatric surgeons have treated urological and surgical disorders such as urinary tract difficulties during pregnancy. At Ankura, we specialize in detecting, treating, and preventing allergies, asthma, and immune system weaknesses. Our doctors use dietary adjustments, environmental restrictions, immunotherapy, and pharmaceuticals to help children improve their school and home performance. We aim to provide tailored treatment to every kid whose care we have taken, with 300+ consulting rooms and 30+ well-equipped OTs. 

Reasons to visit a Pediatric Urologist at Ankura

It can be difficult for children to express their symptoms, adding to the length of time it takes to diagnose and treat them. At Ankura, a Pediatric Urologist is trained to focus on the special requirements of children, including sensitive topics like genitalia and voiding issues. Our healthcare professionals recognize their apprehension and provide treatment to help them relax and cooperate.

Furthermore, pediatric urologists frequently employ equipment specifically created for children, which helps establish a safe and comfortable atmosphere for your youngster. Suppose your child’s pediatrician at Ankura recommends a pediatric urologist. In that case, you may rest confident that we have the most treatment options, the most extensive and comprehensive training, and the most experience. Suppose your pediatrician at Ankura suggests that your child should see a pediatric urologist; you can be rest assured that we have the broadest range of treatment options, the most extensive and comprehensive training, and the greatest expertise in dealing with children and in treating children’s urinary tract disorders.​

Facilities at Ankura’s Department of Pediatric Surgery and Surgery

  • Pediatric Trauma care
  • Round the clock availability of Pediatric anesthetists
  • 24*7 Ambulance availability
  • State of the art NICU, PICU
  • Well-equipped operation theaters
  • Excellent daycare facilities
  • Monitoring rooms
  • Pre and Post operation areas to ensure the utmost care for the young ones

Procedures performed at Ankura 

  • Umbilical Hernia Repair
  • Hypospadias Repair
  • Fixation of Undescended Testes
  • Laparotomy for Tumor or Cyst Excision
  • Ureteric Reimplantation
  • Circumcision
  • Minor Suturing, Collagen Dressing for Burns
  • Hydrostatic Reduction of Intussusception

Minimal Invasive Laparoscopic Surgery

  • Laparoscopic Repair of Hernia
  • Orchiopexy
  • Laparoscopic Appendectomy
  • Laparoscopic Fundoplication and Gastrostomy
  • Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty
  • Vescicoscopic Ureteric Reimplantation
  • Thoracoscopic CDH Repair

Book an appointment with us if your child is also suffering from an illness or disease of the genitals or urinary tract and get the best treatment here at Ankura!

FAQ's

Surgery of the genitourinary system (kidneys, ureter, bladder, and reproductive system) in children up to the age of 15 years is pediatric urology.

  • Pain during passing urine-
  • Thin stream
  • Straining to pass urine
  • Urinary retention or failure to pass urine
  • Frequent passage of urine
  • Hematuria or blood in urine
  • Pyuria or pus in urine
  • Bed wetting
  • Incontinence of urine
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Fever
  • Pain in belly
  • Abnormal looking penis or genitalia
  • Testicular swelling or pain
  • Antenatally diagnosed renal anomalies
  • Antenatal Hydronephrosis
  • Undescended testis
  • Testicular torsion
  • Testicular cysts or tumours
  • Labial Adhesions
  • Tight foreskin or phimosis
  • Hypospadias
  • Urinary tract infection Posterior urethral valves
  • Vesico-ureteric reflux
  • Pelviureteric junction obstruction
  • Vesico-ureteric junction obstruction 
  • Neurogenic Bladder
  • Dysfunctional Voiding/ Dysfunctional elimination syndrome
  • Bladder diverticulum
  • Duplex systems (or double ureters)
  • Ectopic ureters
  • Ureterocele
  • Cystic kidney diseases
  • Prune belly syndrome
  • Stricture urethra
  • Genital injuries
  • Horseshoe kidney
  • Absent kidney or renal agenesis

The average age for hypospadias correction has decreased over time, settling between 4 and 12 months. In most situations of healthy youngsters, within 1 year is the ideal time to do the surgery.  It is not safe for anaesthesia for infants under 6 months. In almost all cases, the repair should be done before the infant turns one year old since the infant recovers faster, appears to have less morbidity, and is less mobile.

While it’s understandable for children to wet the bed now and then, especially during toilet training and as their bladders expand, it shouldn’t become a regular thing. Bladder control takes time to develop, but if your child is wetting the bed on a regular basis at the age of 5 or 6, it could be an indication of urinary incontinence. Stress or anxiety can make you pee your bed. When they’re older and wetting the bed more frequently, they’re showing signs of trouble. It can be aggravating, but it could be an indication of something more serious.

UTIs are more common in girls, but they can also affect guys. When germs or bacteria enter the urethra and aren’t flushed out during urine, they cause infections. Bedwetting, along with pain or burning while peeing, an overall sick feeling, cloudy or bloody urine, foul-smelling urine, or the urge to urinate frequently, can be signs of a UTI.

Undescended testicles occur when the testicles do not drop on their own after a few months. The testes should drop into the scrotum near the end of pregnancy or once their hormones have settled a few months after delivery in typical circumstances. The teste does not fall into the scrotum and instead remains in the abdominal wall in the case of undescended testicles. The reason for undescended testicles is unknown, however it is a serious condition and should be treated by a pediatric urologist.

Kidney stones are small, pebble-like stones that form when certain minerals in your urine calcify and build up in your kidneys. This can lead to the formation of small to large stones that are difficult to pass. Lithotripsy can be used if the stones are too large to pass normally or are causing severe pain. Lithotripsy is a procedure that uses shock waves to break up kidney stones, making them more manageable and allowing them to pass without surgery. Surgery may be required in extreme situations.

Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) is a condition in which urine flows backwards from the bladder to the kidney instead of passing via the ureters and out the body.

When an organ pushes through a gap in the muscle or tissue that surrounds it, a hernia develops. Many adults have dealt with a hernia at some point in their lives. Hernias can occur at any age. They affect newborns more frequently than toddlers or teenagers, and they must be treated to avoid serious consequences. It’s crucial to keep an eye out for any bulges that appear and disappear or grow in size during stress or when your child is screaming.

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