Video: Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM)
Andee was brought to Children's after having severe headaches. She was diagnosed with an extremely rare acquired brain injury that required surgery. Watch Andee’s journey with Children’s.
Brain and Spinal Cord Tumor (3 Related Videos)
From pediatric neurosurgery to rehabilitation, our team of doctors, researchers and many other pediatric-trained specialists provide comprehensive care for children with brain and spinal cord tumors.
Craniosynostosis (5 Related Videos)
Craniosynostosis happens when bones in an infant's skull fuse too soon, which can cause problems with brain and skull growth. Our neurosurgeons understand how to treat babies with craniosynostosis.
Sam was diagnosed with a brain tumor that caused him to suffer seizures. Our Epilepsy Center team worked with Sam to find treatment options.
Parker was born with craniostenosis and hydrocephalus. He underwent surgery where our surgeons placed a shunt in his brain to drain the excess fluid, allowing it to grow and develop naturally, in addition to a series of surgeries to correct his skull.
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Children’s has the only dedicated pediatric Level I and Level II trauma centers in the state. Our Pediatric Neurocritical Care team has neurosurgeons, trauma surgeons, neuro-intensivists, neurologists and neuroradiologists working together to care for babies, children and teens. Watch Allison and Marcus’s journeys with our Pediatric Neurocritical Care Program.
Video: Brain Tumor Research
Doctors at Children’s are collaborating on several research projects for pediatric brain tumors including the Tumor Excavation Project, which could be a game-changer for kids and teens who have tumors that are considered inoperable. Our goal is try to move deep-seeded tumors to a place where they can be operable or killed.
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