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Dr. Amber Leis, pediatric plastic and hand surgeon, explains a condition called syndactyly, which is when a child is born with fused fingers.
Preparing for a surgery or procedure can be stressful. While it may seem strange to be getting surgery at a “children’s hospital,” it is important to know that at CHOC, we’ve been treating teens and young adults since 1964.
We know children are still growing. We have the pediatric orthopedic specialists to treat their needs, including scoliosis, hip problems and muscle disease.
Frequently asked questions about heart valve repair or replacement surgery, because families are bound to have many questions about heart valve repair or heart valve replacement
At CHOC Hospital, we are committed to providing our patients with the safest surgery possible by taking extra steps to reduce the risks of surgical infections.
Surgery to repair inguinal hernias is a safe and common procedure when performed by a pediatric surgeon and specially trained surgical staff like you’ll find at CHOC.
CHOC offers the only pediatric Brachial Plexus Program in Orange County, providing surgery, and occupational and therapy therapy with a team approach.
Hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) is a combination of several abnormalities of the heart and great blood vessels. It is a congenital (present at birth) syndrome.
If your child has excessively sweaty hands, it may be a sign of palmar hyperhidrosis. Click to earn more about hyperhidrosis in children. If your child has excessively sweaty hands or feet, it may be a sign of palmar or plantar hyperhidrosis. Learn the hyperhidrosis causes, symptoms, & treatment.
Appendicitis is a painful swelling and infection of the appendix. It is a medical emergency. CHOC's pediatric surgeons are ready 24 hours a day.
Dystonia is a movement disorder that can affect children of all ages. Learn what it is, how it’s diagnosed and its symptoms, causes and treatment.
Before Noah Stapleton’s first birthday three weeks ago, he had been through four major surgeries. With a fifth coming up and Southern California’s blood supply dipping to dangerous levels, he’s going to need a little help from donors to recover from his next surgery.
The Hyundai Cancer Institute staff works with patients and families to make sure that they never feel alone or confused while undergoing treatment.
The CHOC Heart Institute proudly offers an Interventional Cardiology Program for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac conditions.
A percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube is a feeding tube that is surgically placed through the abdomen into the stomach. (G-tube).
Find out about scoliosis along with common symptoms. Learn what the spine experts at CHOC are doing to treat scoliosis like spinal fusion, bracing and back exercises.
CHOC offers one of the largest pediatric pacemaker and implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) programs in the region. We work with children and families throughout Southern California.
In a year of towering achievements, one thing stands out: CHOC Children’s commitment to defining the future of pediatric care. Read more in our annual report.
CHOC offers cardiac neurodevelopmental assessments for children with congenital heart conditions, who may be at a higher risk for developmental delays.
Anaheim officers on the APD’s Mounted Enforcement Unit moseyed on up to Orange recently to cheer up young patients at the pediatric hospital.
People with Ehlers-Danlos have a genetic defect in their connective tissue, which provides support to many body parts.
Germs are everywhere, especially as we head into the cold and flu season. Learn how you can protect your kids from harmful bugs so they will not get sick.
Recommended book resource list for ill or hospitalized children, their siblings and families, with topics such as diabetes, grief, SIDS, autism, cancer, and more.
CHOC offers three NICU locations, including one with the highest level of care, as well as neonatologists at many hospitals throughout the region.
Brain tumors in children can be complex. At CHOC, a multidisciplinary approach offers all services our patients need under one roof.