Congenital and developmental disorders requiring surgery form a significant proportion of our specialized surgical service. Hence, we are in a unique position to carry out impactful research in improving our understanding of aetiopathogenesis of congenital disorders affecting the paediatric age group and assessing long term effects and quality of life (QOL) issues affecting the development of children requiring surgery. One such example, is an ongoing study evaluating the long-term quality of life and functional outcomes of children with Hirschsprung Disease and anorectal malformations.

  • Cardiothoracic Surgery
  • General Surgery
  • Neurosurgery
  • Paediatric Surgery
  • Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
  • Urology
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Person in Charge Keywords
Professor Dhamendra Ganesan
spinal dysraphism, cranial dysraphism, hydrocephalus
Person in Charge Keywords
Prof. C.R. Thambi dorai
Hirschsprung's disease, Genetics, RET mutation
Assoc Prof. Dr Shireen Anne Nah
Anorectal malformation. Hirschsprung's disease, Bowel function
Dr. Srihari Singaravel
Paediatric urology, paediatric surgery, neonatal surgery
Dr. Anand A/L Sanmugam
Paediatric surgery, Neonatal surgery, Paediatric urology
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