Pediatric Hematology and Oncology

Children with blood diseases and tumors get required medical care at the Department of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology.
Doctors use microscopic investigation of atypical cells morphology, immunohistochemistry, immuno-phenotyping, molecular genetics, and cytogenetics methods available at the NCMC Laboratory for diagnostics and for strategizing targeted individualized treatment for the patients here.
MRI, MDCT, and PET-CT are used to diagnose patients. Minimally invasive methods of examination are provided to children using available tools here without pain but with comfort.
The department is also equipped with a vital sign monitoring system for high-dose chemotherapy and targeted therapy.
The specialists that work in this department received training in Germany, Austria, Korea, Russia, and Turkey.