Surgical Procedures
The following are some examples of what we do:

Head and Neck Surgery

- Evaluation of neck masses and excision or
- biopsy if necessary
- Removal of foreign bodies from the esophagus and
- trachea
- Thyroid surgery

Chest Surgery

- Repair of pectus excavatum using the minimally invasive technique as described
- by Dr Nuss
- Excision of chest or lung masses and congenital lung lesions
- Esophageal surgery

Abdominal Surgery

- Operations on the small and large intestine
- Appendectomy
- Umbilical hernia repair
- Operations on the liver, pancreas, gallbladder and spleen
- Fundoplication and gastrostomy tube insertion
- Surgery for Hirschsprung's disease
- Rectal biopsy
- Pyloromyotomy
- Umbilical, ventral or epigastric hernia repair
- Surgery for Hirschsprung's disease and imperforate anus

Genitourinary Surgery

- Circumcision
- Hernia and hydrocele surgery
- Surgery on the testicle
- Undescended testicle
- Testicular torsion
- Evaluation of testicular masses and biopsy if necessary

Neonatal Surgery

- Correction of a variety of congenital anomalies
- Prenatal consultations for expectant parents that have been diagnosed with a -
-
problem that will require
- surgical correction (for example, gastroschisis and omphalocele)

Oncology Surgery

- Biopsy suspicious masses and removal of tumors from the neck,
- chest, and abdomen.
- Removal and insertion of mediports

Minimally Invasive Surgery

- A variety of chest and abdominal procedures can be performed using minimally
- invasive surgery.  This allows for less pain and less scarring after surgery.
- Examples include removal of the gallbladder, appendix and spleen as well as
- operations on the intestine

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