A medical team at Al-Kafeel Hospital succeeds in treating a nursing infant with Hirschsprung disease (HSCR).

A medical team at Al Kafeel Specialized Hospital in Karbala announced its success in treating a two-month-old baby suffering from Hirschsprung disease (HSCR), noting that the hospital's techniques helped achieving many successes in pediatric surgery.
The hospital's pediatrician; Dr. Sarmad Al-Rubaie: "A medical team headed by us succeeded in the surgery of colonectomy for a two-month-old baby who was suffering from Hirschsprung disease (HSCR)."
He added, "The surgery took one hour, and we conducted it with a special modern technique, using the frozen histological analysis, and there were no complications."
Al-Rubaie continued: "This surgery is one of a series of our continuous successes that we have achieved in the hospital, with the help of the technologies and modern medical devices available at the hospital."
He pointed out that: "Many of the operations that were performed - pediatric surgery - are qualitative and distinctive at the level of Iraq, and were not performed previously."
It should be noted that the Kafeel Specialist Hospital always seeks to provide treatment with the latest technologies, as it possesses modern and advanced medical equipment, in addition to its medical staff, which made the hospital's services comparable to the international hospitals.
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