I have a 5 and half-mont old baby. He was born with his lower jaw 2 cm behind due to preterm birth and his tongue is blocking his windpipe. ENT did genetic and advanced genetic testing and found no problems. When he was 3 months old a tracheostomy was opened in his windpipe and doctors said that it will improve as he grows up. But he is still connected to a machine. Is surgery possible?
Hello, It is a situation that should be followed. I think that our physician friends there made the right decision. You will be able to go to the next step with the directions. Best wishes.
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Hello, well, this kind of surgery is done in university hospitals. You can search and take your child
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Hello Get well I think your baby is being well cared for in the hospital. It is early for surgery, but it will be more accurate to move with the guidance of my physician friends there. Regards Dr. Zafer Atakan
YOU MUST SEE THE PATIENT FOR FALSE NOT INFORMING, BUT YOU NEED TO FIGHT FOR BREATHING PROBLEMS Rather than JAW.
Get well soon. Your baby has pierre robin syndrome. The treatment is to keep the tracheostomy open until the jaw structure grows and the tongue escapes back. Dr. Naci Celik
Hello, get well past the curiosity of course do not worry, you can get help from the Hacettepe University plastic surgery department of these treatments are often do