Pediatric anorectal malformations (inperforate anus) happens when a baby’s anus and rectum do not form correctly. These malformations occur while a baby is still developing in the mother’s womb and can affect both boys and girls.
Conditions We Treat
Learn more about pediatric constipation, a common yet painful condition in which the child has difficulty having bowel movements.
Learn more about cloacal abnormalities, which occur in utero when the urinary tract, rectum and vagina develop together and form only one opening.
Learn more about fecal incontinence, which occurs when a child has bowel leakage when they are not on the toilet.
Learn more about pediatric gastroparesis, which is a disorder that slows the movement of food in the child’s GI tract.
Hepatitis A is a virus that causes swollen and inflamed liver tissue and is the mildest form of pediatric hepatitis. Learn more.
Pediatric Hepatitis B is a virus that causes swollen and inflamed liver tissue and is the most serious form of pediatric hepatitis. Learn more.
Pediatric hepatitis C is a virus that causes swollen and inflamed liver tissue. It is passed by coming into contact with the blood of an infected person. Learn more.
Learn more about children with intestinal pseudo-obstruction, a condition where bowel blockage symptoms are experienced without physical evidence of a blockage.
Learn more about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a group of gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms that produce abdominal pain and cramping in children.
Stay connected to Children’s Health!