Wilms Tumor Overview
Wilms tumor is the most common renal tumor in children under the age of 15. Helena Crowley, MD, assistant professor of surgery at University of Maryland School of Medicine, reviews various symptoms in pediatric patients and discusses how to properly diagnosis Wilms Tumor. She also discusses the differences between neuroblastoma and other renal tumors.
Dr. Crowley covers operating techniques and treatment regimens in order to extract the tumor, as well as current pediatric surgical outcomes at University of Maryland Children’s Hospital.
Learn more about University of Maryland Children’s Hospital pediatric surgery and urology program. Call 410-328-5730 to make a referral.
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- Pediatric Surgical Presentation on Imperforate Anus in Neonates
- Hematology Disorders of Newborns
- Schedule Grand Rounds for your hospital with Dr. Crowley