Congenital and genetic disorders in communication and ears, nose and throat, including the head and neck

Congenital and genetic disorders in communication and ears, nose and throat, including the head and neck

Anomaly is a deviation from the structure and function that arose as a result of a violation of the development of the body. In recent decades, there has been a tendency towards an increase in the share of hereditary diseases and congenital malformations in the structure of morbidity and disability in children. Treatment of children with congenital pathology of the maxillofacial region is complex and multi-stage. It begins from the first hours of a child's life and lasts up to 14-15 years, until the end of the formation of the maxillofacial region.

The presence of concomitant congenital pathology in some cases complicates the process of treatment and rehabilitation of children with cleft lip and palate. According to statistics, up to 86% of children with congenital pathology of the maxillofacial region suffer from diseases of various organs and systems.

In the Department of Pediatric Otolaryngology of Tel Aviv Medical Clinic, specialists carry out complex innovative operations. We use original drugs and modern equipment. ENT surgeons have extensive experience and perform surgical removal of tumors of the head and neck, operations on the thyroid and parathyroid glands, maxillary sinuses and glands. The wards of our department are equipped with everything necessary for a comfortable stay of patients.

We try to provide round-the-clock care and monitoring for our patients. The clinic has established rates at the state level. Thus, you get a wide range of high quality services at a reduced price. If necessary, our medical staff will help you contact charitable foundations to raise funds for treatment.

The diseases that we treat

Our qualified specialists help to cope with the following pathologies: 

  • Congenital malformations of the face: - cleft upper lip; - cleft palate; - through clefts of the upper lip and palate; - oblique clefts of the face (coloboma);
  • Congenital malformations of the organs of the oral cavity and pharynx: - macroglossia; - short frenum of the tongue; - malformations of teeth;
  • Congenital malformations of the auricles: - dysplasia of the auricles (microotia and anotia), atresia of the ear canal; - parotid papillomas;
  • Congenital malformations of the neck: - torticollis; - median and lateral fistulas and cysts of the neck, etc.

Surgery is most often used. Surgeons use minimally invasive surgical techniques that are safe and effective.