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When a Child Has Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI)

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Jessica McMichael explains osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle bone disease.

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When a Child Has a Broken Bone

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Jessica McMichael explains the signs of a broken bone or growth plate in a child.

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When a Child Has Different Leg or Arm Lengths

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Samuel Rosenfeld explains how a child may have a leg or arm that is shorter or longer than the other.

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Building Healthy Bones in Children

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Samuel Rosenfeld explains the importance of calcium and Vitamin D in building healthy bones in a child.

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When a Teen Has Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE)

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Francois Lalonde explains slipped capital femoral epiphysis and the minor procedure used to correct the condition.

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When a Child Has Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Francois Lalonde explains Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease and how it can repair itself if a child limits walking and weight-bearing.

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When an Adolescent Has Hip Dysplasia

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Francois Lalonde explains hip dysplasia in teens and adolescents and the use of surgery to relieve pain and prevent premature arthritis.

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When a Baby Has Hip Dysplasia

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Francois Lalonde explains hip dysplasia and dislocation in babies and the types of harnesses, casts and procedures used depending on the child's age.

Scoliosis Surgery: Dr. Aminian

Meet Afshin Aminian, MD, as he talks about having scoliosis surgery at CHOC Children's. He'll introduce this series of videos we made just for teens.

Scoliosis Surgery: Preparation

For the two nights right before your scoliosis surgery, you will need to wash your back with a special soap that helps prevent infections.

When a Child Has a Brain Tumor

Dr. William Loudon discusses the symptoms of brain tumors in children and the innovative and minimally invasive ways CHOC is treating them.

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When a Child Has Craniosynostosis

Dr. William Loudon explains a minimally invasive surgery used to treat mild craniosynostosis in children as well as treatment for complex craniosynostosis.

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When a Child Has Moyamoya Disease

Dr. Michael Muhonen discusses Moyamoya disease and the innovative ways that CHOC is treating this condition in order to prevent stroke in children.

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When a Child Has Hydrocephalus

Dr. Michael Muhonen discusses the symptoms and minimally invasive treatments of hydrocephalus, which is fluid buildup on the brain.

Scoliosis Surgery: Pre-Op

A child life specialist explains what to expect in the pre-operative unit of the hospital before you have scoliosis surgery.

Scoliosis Surgery: Post-Op

A child life specialist explains what to expect in the recovery room after you have scoliosis surgery.

NeoHeart 2017 Conference in San Diego, CA

NeoHeart 2017 Conference in San Diego, CA recorded on Mar. 22-25, 2017.

Pediatric Surgery – Diaphragmatic Hernia

Dr. Yu, CHOC pediatric surgeon, discusses causes, diagnosis and treatment for congenital diaphragmatic hernia.

Pediatric Surgery – Causes and Treatments of CPAM, also known as CCAM

Dr. Yu, CHOC pediatric surgeon, discusses causes, diagnosis and treatment for congenital pulmonary airway malformation (CPAM).

Pediatric Surgery – Pectus Excavatum (Sunken Chest)

Dr. Kabeer, CHOC pediatric surgeon, eases your concerns about pectus excavatum (sunken chest), as well as when to know if it needs to be repaired.

Pediatric Surgery – Gallstones and Robotic Surgery

Dr. Kabeer, CHOC pediatric surgeon, discusses the causes, symptoms and treatment of gallstones.

The Importance of a Pediatric Surgeon

Children are not just “little adults.” Dr. David Gibbs talks about the importance of choosing a specially trained pediatric surgeon.

Kids and Surgery: Dr. David Gibbs

Dr. David Gibbs addresses questions about anesthesia, and why a pediatric surgeon and hospital can make a difference.

Wyland Visits with CHOC Patients

Wyland and patients from CHOC have created a beautiful new work of art entitled, “The Ocean Is Our Playground,” that shares the joy and wonder of our ocean.

Nathan’s NICU Journey

Katie and Jason Gladding planned to deliver their son Nathan at home. Instead, he came 10 weeks early and fought to survive. He needed a level of care that only CHOC provides.

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