Hepatoblastoma A Rare Pediatric Liver Disease!

Hepatoblastoma

Hepatoblastoma is a rare form of liver cancer that primarily affects children. This aggressive malignancy originates in the liver and usually manifests in children aged three and under, with the highest incidence occurring during the first year of life as per Pediatrician in Hyderabad. While hepatoblastoma accounts for only about 1% of all pediatric cancers, it represents the most common malignant liver tumour in children. This article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of hepatoblastoma, including its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis.

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On the Occasion of Children’s Day Gift your Parents a Token of love

World Diabetes Day

Prathima Hospitals bringing you a new and exclusive health package on the occasion of Children's day and World Diabetes Day on 14th November.

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When Do Kids Need Tonsillectomy

tonsillectomy

Tonsils are cone-shaped lumps of tissue embedded in the throat. Tonsillectomy is defined as a surgical procedure performed with or without Adenoidectomy that involves complete removal of tonsils including its sheath (capsule)

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Undesirable Effects Of Media On Children

Undesirable-Effects-Of-Media-On-Children

Teachers, Pediatricians and Pediatric Psychiatrists agree on the fact that sustained intellectual exercise contributes to the brain growth and more sophisticated thinking, and thus brain must be challenged regularly. Communication and analytical abilities of children develop if they regularly converse with their families and or develop good reading habits.

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