The IASO Children's Hospital Pediatric Surgery Department has introduced a new, advanced surgical method to treat pilonidal cysts in children using an endoscopic laser, with impressive outcomes.
Surgical repair is performed endoscopically, under general anesthesia, using a camera, endoscopic tools and laser technology to achieve complete removal of hair and destruction of the cyst wall.
Drs. Georgios Pergamalis and Arsenios Georgiadis, Chief Surgeons at the IASO Children's Hospital Pediatric Surgery Department, explained that the EPSiT method offers significant advantages over conventional surgical repair of pilonidal cysts, particularly with regard to the absence of post-operative pain, shorter healing time and post-operative care and the best aesthetic outcome. The daily routine and personal hygiene (bowel movements, bathing, etc.) of our young patients is not disrupted and no particular care is needed. With this method, children can resume their daily activities the following day without experiencing the slightest burden either to themselves or to their families.
Pilonidal cyst repair with endoscopic laser technology
Better aesthetic outcome
The Pediatric Surgery Department provides high-quality healthcare services in a safe and friendly environment to neonates, infants, children and adolescents, aged 0 to 18 years, who are suffering from conditions requiring surgical treatment. The Department, staffed by Pediatric surgeons with lengthy experience in Pediatric Surgery and advanced training at some of the largest centers abroad, manages and treats the entire spectrum of congenital deformities and acquired diseases.
At IASO Children's Hospital, the largest and most modern pediatric hospital in Greece, we provide each child with comprehensive medical treatment and care. The experienced medical and nursing staff and the state-of-the-art facilities are available 24/7 to offer your child the nurturing care he or she needs.
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