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Surgery to Correct Facial Birth Defects: Dr. Toranto, CHOC Children's
March 02, 2014

Surgery to Correct Facial Birth Defects: Dr. Toranto, CHOC Children's
In this segment of American Health Journal, Dr. Jason Toranto, CHOC Children's, speaks about Pierre Robin sequence, a condition that is present at birth in which the infant has a facial abnormality that causes difficulty in breathing.
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Surgery to Correct Facial Birth Defects: Dr. Toranto, CHOC Children's
March 02, 2014

In this segment of American Health Journal, Dr. Jason Toranto, CHOC Children's, speaks about Pierre Robin sequence, a condition that is present at birth in which the infant has a facial abnormality that causes difficulty in breathing.

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