We believe safe minimally invasive surgery represents the modern standard of care for treating the majority of surgical and urological conditions in children. Find out about the range of procedures available for your child.
Appendicitis results from an inflammation of the appendix and is one of the commonest surgical emergencies in children. Untreated it can lead to life-threatening infection. Laparoscopic ‘keyhole’ appendicectomy is a safe effective minimally invasive procedure to remove the appendix.
Gallstones in the gallbladder are rare in children but when present may result in; inflammation of the gallbladder (‘cholecystitis’); a yellowing of the eyes and skin (‘obstructive jaundice’) or inflammation of the pancreas (‘pancreatitis’). Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a safe effective minimally invasive procedure to remove the gallbladder.