Pediatric surgery center (60 beds)

1. Minimally Invasive Surgery Department (20 beds)Pediatric Surgeons are main responsible for this Department.
Following congenital anomalies and diseases are treated in this department:
Congenital and acquired diseases of the neck, thoracic wall, tracheobronchial tree, lungs, esophagus, diaphragm, gastrointestinal tract and anorectal area. Hepatobiliary and pancreatic disorders. Pathology of abdominal wall. Solid tumors, hemangioma, lymphangioma. Office-based surgery.
Pediatric surgeons will perform minimally invasive surgery with the laparoscope, thoracoscope, bronchoscope and endoscope.

General Surgeon

Khasim Sultanov (Low Invasive Surgery)

Dr. Sultanov Khashim, PhD
Graduated from Tashkent Pediatric medical institute (TashPMI) in 2004
Master degree in Pediatric Surgery at TashPMI (2004 – 2007).
Postgraduate studies in Pediatric Surgery at TashPMI (2008 – 2011).
PhD in Pediatric Surgery at the RSCS named after academician V.Vakhidov (2012).
Foreign Education
March 2014 ~ May 2014 at Samsung Medical Center (SMC), Seoul, South Korea
November 2018 ~ March 2019 at PNUYH, Busan, South Korea
April 2019 ~ July 2019 at Samsung Medical Center (SMC), Seoul, South Korea
July 2019 ~ November 2019 at PNUYH, Busan, South Korea
Specialty: 
Pediatric minimally invasive surgery, neck and thoracic surgery, anorectal malformation

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Dr. Nasirov Mansur  
Graduated from Samarkand Medical Institute in 2012 – General practitioner in Pediatrics
Master’s degree in Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute in 2015 – Pediatric Surgeon
Foreign Education:
Weil Cornell College “Emergency – General & Trauma surgeries” Salzburg 2017
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia “Pediatric surgery”, Salzburg 2018
November 2018 ~ March 2019 at PNUYH, Busan, South Korea
April 2019 ~ July 2019 at Samsung Medical Center (SMC), Seoul, South Korea
July 2019 ~ November 2019 at PNUYH, Busan, South Korea
Specialty: 
Neonatal minimally invasive surgery, hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery, hirschsprung’s diseases.

2. Department of Microsurgery (20 beds)
Plastic surgeons and ophthalmologists are primarily responsible for this department.
The following congenital malformations and diseases will be treated by plastic surgeons in this department:
– operations of cleft lips and palate;
– Secondary split nasal deformation of the lips (complex transplants);
– operations of post-burn scars (skin transplants, operations with closed valves);
– congenital anomalies of the hands and feet (syndactyly, polydactyly, macrodactyly, finger transfer, etc.); – congenital anomalies of the ear (protruding ears, cryptotia, microtia, anotia, etc.);
– baby tumors;
– vascular abnormalities (microsurgery);
– lymphedema (supermicrosurgery);
– Congenital malformation of the chest;
– reconstruction of the peripheral nerve (nerve transplantation, nerve transfer, etc.);
– urgent replantation of fingers, feet, ears, etc.

ASR

Dr. Razzokov Anvar 
Graduated from Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute (TPMI) in 2014
Residency in TPMI in 2016
Foreign Education:
January 2017~ February 2017 W Hospital,Daegu, South Korea
August 2017 ~September 2017 Asian Medical Center, Seoul, South Korea
October 2016 ~ September 2017 Wongu Severance Hospital Yonsei University, Wongu, Korea
November 2018 ~ November 2019 at PNUYH, Busan, South Korea
Working experience:
1st City Clinical Hospital named Ibn Sina
Medion Clinic
Specialty :Plastic Surgery [Reconstructive microsurgery]

TRR

Dr. Rajamatov Temur Raimjanovich
Graduated from Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute (TPMI) in 2010
Residency in TPMI in 2014
Fellowship in Republican Specialized Center of Surgery named after academician V. Vakhidov in 2017
Foreign Education:
December 2017 – January 2018 Yonsei FIRST Plastic surgery clinic, Seoul, South Korea
November 2018 – November 2019 Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital, Pusan, South Korea
Work experience:
2014 – 2018 Republican center of pediatric plastic surgery, Hospital of Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Specialty: Plastic Surgery [Maxillofacial surgery]

kariev abdufarruh varisovich

Dr. Kariev Abdufarrukh Varisovich
Graduated Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute (TPMI) in 2001
Post degree formation:
Clinical internship on chair of Ophthalmology of TPMI 2001-2003
Foreign Education:
November 2019 – November 2020 Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital, Pusan, South Korea
Work experience:
From 2002 till 2012 has worked as a doctor-ophthalmologist on duty in an emergency post of clinic of TPMI.
From 2004 till 2019 worked as the assistant in chair of ophthalmology of TPMI.
The general experience of work – 18 years, pedagogical – 17.
Specialty:  Pediatric cataract, glaucoma, squint, laser methods in pediatric ophthalmology. 

 

Dr. Kamalov Nuriddin Zaynitdinovich

Dr. Kamalov Nuriddin Zaynitdinovich.
Graduated Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute (TPMI) in 2014
Postdegree formation
Master’s degree  on chair of Ophthalmology of TPMI 2014-2017
Foreign Education:
November 2019 – November 2020 Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital, Pusan, South Korea
Work experience:
From 2017 till 2019 worked as the assistant in chair of ophthalmology of TPMI
The general experience of work – 6 years, pedagogical – 3
Speciality:  Pediatric cataract, squint 

 

3. Complex Surgery Department (20 beds)
Orthopedic surgeons and ENT surgeons are main responsible for this Department.
Following congenital anomalies and diseases of musculoskeletal system of children are treated in this department:
-Congenital hip dislocation
-Avascular necrosis of femoral head (LCP disease),
-Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE)
-Cerebral palsy, Arthroscopic surgeries in children (discoid meniscus, cruciate ligament reconstruction)
-Limb length discrepancy and angular deformities of extremities
-Congenital anomaly of upper and lower limb (syndactyly, polydactyly, clubfoot and etc.)
-Foot and ankle deformity
-Skeletal dysplasia (or Rare bone diseases)
-Upper and lower limb fractures
-Musculoskeletal tumors.

Orthopedic Surgeon

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Dr. Akhmedov Bekhzad 
Graduated from Tashkent Medical Academy in 2007
Sept 2010 ~ Oct 2012 Residency in Pediatric orthopedics in Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute
Foreign Education:
September 2011~ August 2012 Fellowship in Pediatric orthopedics and Foot and Ankle surgery at Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, South Korea
June 2013 ~August 2013 Fellowship in Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy at Dokuz Eylul University School of Medicine, Turkey
November 2018 ~ November 2019 at PNUYH, Busan, South Korea
Specialty : Cerebral Palsy: reconstructive soft tissue and bone surgeries at cerebral palsy, Single Event Multilevel Surgery (SEMLS); foot and ankle surgery (ankle arthroscopy, clubfoot, flatfoot, neurogenic foot, accessory navicular bone, anatomic reconstruction and enhancements for anterior talofibular ligament, pediatric and adolescent hallux valgus); pediatric hip disease (developmental dysplasia of hip, Perthes disease, Slipped capital femoral epiphysis and etc.); pediatric trauma; pediatric and adolescent sports medicine (cruciate ligament reconstruction, all inside, inside out meniscal repairs, collateral ligament tears, shoulder injuries Bankart and Latarjet repairs, etc.); bone and joint deformities : correction of limb deformities, Ilizarof technique, etc.

Alisher Yuldashev

Dr.Yuldashev Alisher 
Graduated from Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute (TashPMI) in 2011 (2004-2011)
Residency in TashPMI (2011-2014)
Foreign Education
August 2013 ~ November 2013 at Samsung Medical Center (SMC), Seoul, South Korea
January 2015 ~ December 2015 at Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH) Seoul, South Korea
November 2018 ~ November 2019 at PNUYH, Busan, South Korea
Specialty:Pediatric hip disease (developmental dysplasia of hip (DDH), Legg Calve Perthes (LCP) disease, Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) and etc.); cerebral palsy (soft tissue and bone surgery); upper and lower limb deformity; limb length discrepancy; foot and ankle deformity (clubfoot, flatfoot, neurogenic foot and etc); arthroscopic surgeries in Children (discoid meniscus, knee cap dislocation, cruciate ligament reconstruction and etc.); pediatric trauma; congenital pseudoarthrosis of tibia; rare bone diseases (skeletal dysplasia); torticollis and Sprengel deformity.