Pediatric neurologist and epileptologist Dr. Lily Tran explains the condition tuberous sclerosis complex and the unique program CHOC offers to manage this disease in children.
Dr. Joanne Starr, pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon, discusses the signs, treatment and long-term outcome of children born with Tetralogy of Fallot.
Dr. Joanne Starr, pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon, explains what to expect when a child is on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), also known as extracorporeal life support (ECLS).
Dr. Raj Vyas, pediatric plastic surgeon, explains the process for repairing a child's cleft lip and cleft palate.
Dr. Raj Vyas, pediatric plastic surgeon, explains the condition micrognathia and the innovative surgical procedure that is used to move a child's jaw forward into the correct position.
At CHOC, we are a mighty brigade sworn to protect pillow fights, thumb wrestling and first kisses. By keeping kids healthy, we can help keep the magic of childhood alive and well.
Dr. Raj Vyas explains how cancer treatment can cause a physical defect that requires reconstructive surgery to repair.
Dr. Mustafa Kabeer explains how surgery is performed on a newborn baby, and the special care they receive in the Surgical NICU.
Dr. Mustafa Kabeer explains why skin lumps occur in children and how they are treated.
El centro de estudios del sueño de Choc tiene 2 ubicaciones las cuales están diseñadas para ser silenciosas y cómodas.
Presentations/videos from Septembers Multi Day Conference.
Dr. Wyman Lai, pediatric cardiologist, explains the causes, symptoms and treatments for syncope, also known as fainting.
Dr. Wyman Lai, pediatric cardiologist, discusses why a child might need an echocardiogram of the heart, what it is and how it is done.
Dr. Amber Leis, pediatric plastic and hand surgeon, explains a condition called syndactyly, which is when a child is born with fused fingers.
Dr. Amber Leis, pediatric plastic surgeon, explains how the brachial plexus nerve is damaged in infants and children and the therapy and surgery used to repair it.
Dr. Troy Reyna explains the signs and symptoms of Hirschsprung's disease and the surgical treatment that can be used to fix it.
Dr. Peter Yu explains the different types of anorectal malformations and how they are surgically repaired.
Dr. Peter Yu explains what a sacrococcygeal tumor is and the surgery that is used to remove it so that it does not become cancerous later in life.
Dr. Peter Yu explains the signs and symptoms of an inguinal hernia and how it is surgically repaired.
Michael Ketterer’s talent and personal story captured the hearts of the nation after his moving America’s Got Talent audition.
The annual CHOC Children's Oncology Prom aims to make teen cancer patients' dreams of attending their high school prom a reality.
The CHOC Sleep Center has two locations that are designed for quiet and comfort, with technologists that are friendly, calming and experienced with children.
Finding the right pediatrician isn’t always easy. Dr. Charles Golden discusses what to look for when choosing a pediatrician.
Esophageal atresia is a birth defect when the esophagus abnormally forms in two parts and food cannot get from the mouth to the stomach.
This event is part of a series of trainings for pediatricians on identifying, managing, and referring children with mental health disorders.