Types of diseases in pediatric oncology
Malignant neoplasms in children are not as common as in adults, and when detected promptly are amenable to adequately undertaken treatments. The group of cancer tumors includes pathologies characterized by an abnormal process of propagation of cells capable of germinating into healthy tissues.
Malignant rebirth can occur in any part of the body. The leading causes of cancer in children are such factors as hereditary predisposition, genetic pathologies, carcinogen exposure, viral diseases. Any malignant tumors are successfully treated at the Israeli clinic Tel Aviv Medical Clinic.
The Department of Children 's Oncology is equipped with the most modern equipment. Experienced doctors have a high level of qualification and practical experience. And the use of innovative technologies and unique techniques allows detecting cancer in the child at the initial stages when the chances of a full recovery are quite high.
What diseases treated in the Department of Pediatric Oncology
Specialists of the children 's department Tel Aviv Medical Clinic are engaged in the study, treatment, and diagnosis of such types of oncology:
- Brain tumors.
- Tumors of bones.
For all childhood cancers characterized by atypical, since symptoms.
Parents need to be vigilant, to notice any changes in the state, the mood and behavior of their children, to listen to the complaints and to react to the treatment your doctor.
Treatment of pediatric oncology at Tel Aviv Medical Clinic
Every year, hundreds of parents from different countries come to us for advice and help in the hope that their child will be able to recover. The following factors contribute to our reputation:
- The clinic offers all young patients a full range of medical services of high quality with prices set at the level of public institutions tariffs.
- The friendly, warm atmosphere, cozy chambers, presence of game zones.
- Experienced doctors who able to interact with the children.
- Modern equipment allows diagnosis with 100% certainty.
- The complex therapeutic interventions, selected individually, the most restrictive of the child's body.