Celiac Disease Care Program
Celiac disease is a rare and permanent autoimmune illness in which gluten causes damage to the small intestine in genetically predisposed people. We know gluten triggers this auto-immune reaction, therefore it's unique. This causes a variety of nutritional deficits, which express themselves in a variety of ways.
A condition in which the foot bends inward and downward is known as clubfoot. It's a congenital condition, meaning it's there from birth. The most common congenital disease of the legs is clubfoot. It can be light and pliable all the way up to severe and unyielding. People with club feet often appear to walk on their ankles or on the sides of their feet if they are not treated.
Hirschsprung's Disease is a condition that affects people.
Hirschsprung's illness is a congenital condition in which the large intestine becomes blocked due to abnormal bowel muscle action. Hirschsprung's illness affects roughly one out of every 5,000 live babies. It is most commonly diagnosed in children, and boys are more likely to be affected than girls.
Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA)
The pulmonary artery and the aorta are connected by a short tube connection that diverts the whole outflow of blood from the right ventricle to the aorta. It's found in every baby growing in the womb. The ductus usually closes within hours of birth in a typical environment. The condition known as Patent Ductus Arteriosus occurs when the ductus does not shut properly (PDA).
Vesicoureteral Reflux Surgery
This is when urine flows abnormally from the bladder into the ureters or kidneys. Urine ordinarily flows through the ureters from the kidneys to the bladder. The direction reverses in vesicoureteral reflux. Prenatal hydronephrosis, an abnormal enlargement of the ureter, or a urinary tract infection or severe pyelonephritis can all cause vesicoureteral reflux.