The New Children’s Hospital manages all organ transplantations for children in Finland. More than 550 children and adolescents to date have received an organ transplant.
All children’s stem cell transplantations in Finland are performed at HUS. Each year, we perform about 30 stem cell transplantations on the Taika ward of the New Children’s Hospital. Our treatment outcomes are at a high level by international comparison.
Cleft lip and cleft palate are the most common type of birth defect. We treat cleft lip and cleft palate at Töölö Hospital and at the New Children’s Hospital and have nationwide responsibility for these treatments.
Craniocynostosis, meaning the premature ossification of one or more sutures between the bones in the skull during a child’s growth, is one of the most common malformations of the head and face, after cleft lip and palate. Craniocynostosis is treated at Töölö Hospital and at the New…
In the Department of Dermatopathology at Meilahti Skin and Allergy Hospital, we examine tissue samples taken from the skin, hair, nails, conjunctiva of the eye, and the mucous membranes of the nose, mouth and genitals.