After performing a successful removal surgery, a CHOC expert warns about the dangers of kids swallowing small, high-powered toy magnets.
Born with significant heart disease, Aurora couldn’t keep down breast milk or formula. With help from CHOC, she can now eat solid foods.
CHOC sees success with Responsive neurostimulation (RSN), a promising new treatment to prevent seizures in kids with epilepsy.
A CHOC PICU nurse tells the story of her son, Colten, who received a rare Alström Syndrome diagnosis with the help of specialists at CHOC.
An evaluation confirmed tetralogy of Fallot, a heart condition comprised of four defects that cause inadequate blood to reach the lungs.