Ear cancer in childhood
Leading oncologists in Israel have many years of successful experience in the treatment of ear cancer in children through the use of progressive diagnostic techniques, modern therapeutic methods, and innovative medical equipment.
Ear cancer in children is an oncological disease characterized by the development of a malignant tumor that forms from abnormal skin cells of the outer, middle or inner ear. A child's ear tumor can quickly spread, affecting the brain, skull bones, etc.
Ear cancers in children have different symptoms: pain in the head, jaw, hearing impairment, discharge of purulent exudate, etc. ear cancer in children depends on the type of tumor, its location, size, structure, rate of metastasis of abnormal cells, the degree of damage to other organs of the child.
Diagnosis of ear cancer in children
In the Israeli clinic for a child diagnosed with ear cancer, they will conduct a high-quality examination, develop a risk-adaptive treatment program at an affordable price. Examination of children diagnosed with ear cancer in Israeli clinics includes the use of the latest diagnostic methods, providing highly accurate results. The use of innovative robotic installations, imaging systems, modern diagnostic methods, progressive therapeutic techniques, organ-preserving minimally invasive surgeries contributes to the most effective treatment of ear cancer in children.
The following methods are used for high-quality differential diagnosis of children's ear cancer:
- study of the child's history;
- physical examination;
- blood test for tumor markers;
- otoscopy using an operating microscope, endoscope and video otoscope;
- biopsy, histological examination of biopsy;
- MRI, CT, X-ray examination, ultrasound.
The need for a specific diagnostic procedure is determined by the clinic's specialist on an individual basis. Based on the diagnostic results, oncologists and other narrow specialists jointly decide on further methods of treating a child diagnosed with ear cancer at an affordable price.
After a specified diagnosis, the total cost of treating the child is determined. The results of the examination influence the formation of prices for the treatment of pediatric oncology. The cost of services can be paid in any convenient way after the completion of all treatment activities.
Ear cancer in children: the cost of treatment in Israel
Treatment of children in Israel is an optimal combination of progressive diagnostic methods adapted by children therapy and many years of experience in the provision of medical services by leading oncologists, as well as affordable prices.
Risk-adapted treatment of children involves an integrated approach.The volume of therapeutic manipulations depends on the operability of the tumor, on its localization, the degree of metastasis, the severity of symptoms, the structure of the tumor, and on the general condition of the child. The cost of a separate therapeutic manipulation depends on the type, characteristics of the neoplasm, the nature of the course of the disease.
Therapy for ear cancer in children is carried out with minimal damage to healthy tissues, it involves the use of the following techniques:
- organ-preserving minimally invasive operations, methods of complete, partial removal of the tumor;
- high-precision radiation therapy;
- sparing chemotherapy;
- stereotactic radiosurgery.
The cost of cancer treatment in children in Israeli clinics depends on a number of factors. The price of services is influenced by the type of cancer, the stage of the disease, the peculiarities of the diagnostic procedures, the methods of therapy used, the length of stay of the child in the clinic, etc. The cost of services for the treatment of pediatric oncology in Israel is 30-35% lower than the prices for similar services in well-known European medical centers.
Regardless of the stage of ear cancer, the degree of metastasis, damage to adjacent important organs, lymphatic vessels, Israeli doctors will find a way out in each specific clinical case, create favorable conditions for a stable long-term remission, full restoration of the child's health.