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  • Boy Uzatma Ameliyatı

    Boy Uzatma Ameliyatı

    Günümüzde boy uzatması ve bu işlem ile ilgili ayrıntılar sıkça sorulur hale gelmiştir. Bu konuya ilgi duyan kişiler özellikle ameliyat şekli, sonrasında olabilecek sorunlar ve maddi konuları merak etmektedirler. İnternet aracılığıyla bana sorulan soruları buradan özetlemeye ve bu konuda tüm dünyadaki son gelişmeleri sizlerle paylaşmaya çalışacağım. Buradaki amacım sizi biraz da olsa bilgi kirliliğinden kurtarmaktır.

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  • Pes Equinovarus (Congenital clubfeet)

    Pes Equinovarus (Congenital clubfeet)

    Congenital clubfeet is seen in every 1 of 1000 live births. This means 1500 children with clubfeet every year in Turkey. This problem, which begins in mother’s womb is mostly seen in boys and can be identified by ultrasound. The position of the baby in the womb and genetics can be the reasons. During birth,

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  • Pes Planus

    Pes Planus

    In a normal feet structure, there are curves formed by muscles and bones. If these curves are not existent, it is called flatfeet. Flatfeet, which is called “pes planus” in medical literature is generally recognised by the family. Because the family sees it important, special sole plates are used unnecessarily. In recently walking children, because

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  • The treatment of congenital pes equinovarus with cast

    The treatment of congenital pes equinovarus with cast

    It is enough to cast the feet, which are evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon, 5-8 times with one-week intervals. Before casting, the parents should open the previous cast, wash the baby and put on moisturizing lotion to prepare the baby for the new casting. The pediatric orthopedist will check the blood flow of the feet and warn the parents to open the cast if any bruising, discoloration or discomfort occurs.

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  • Cerebral palsy (CP)

    Cerebral palsy (CP)

    Cerebral palsy is a permanent but non-progressive damage that develops during brain growth. This damage can be due to many reasons: in the mother’s womb, during birth, or after birth (convulsion, seizure because of high body temperature). Even though the brain damage is permanent and non-progressive, the child gains motor skills with growth and the motion disability changes.

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  • Shortness


    The one of the most frequent questions that is asked to the orthopedist is whether the growth of the child is at normal range and how long the child will be at maturity. In order to give an answer to these questions, it is necessary to watch he growth for a time and use certain formulas. With the help of these formulas, rate of growth and height at maturity can be estimated.

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