Dr. Michael Muhonen treated a baby born with a traumatic brain injury. That baby, Eric Rhee, is now 24 and headed off to medical school.
Boy, 9, showing great progress after deep brain stimulation procedure at CHOC
Ryder Montano is the third and youngest CHOC patient with a movement disorder to undergo a procedure called deep brain stimulation (DBS).
CHOC’s growing thyroid surgery program can compete with the busiest centers when it comes to favorable outcomes, research shows
Dr. Huoh, working with endocrinologists at CHOC, has spearheaded a multi-disciplinary thyroid surgery program that has steadily grown.
Surgeon, NICU nurse say their lifesaving professions have made them better fathers
Two CHOC providers reflect on the challenge of balancing their demanding and often emotionally exhausting work with fatherhood.
Rapid Whole Genome Sequencing continues to provide answers and hope for parents of critically ill children with rare diseases
CHOC has ordered cutting-edge tests of rapid whole-genome sequencing (rWGS) on 150 patients, with 76 of them getting a precise diagnosis.
CHOC partners buzzing about new virtual reality app that will teach parents about their child’s surgical devices
CareXR will immerse parents in a virtual reality world created by gastroenterologist Dr. Ashish Chogle in partnership Wanda Rodriguez.