Families with kids who have rare metabolic disorders are coming from all over the U.S. for investigational gene therapy treatments at CHOC.
Dr. Joffre Olaya
Developed by CHOC and UC Irvine, a new way to control pediatric seizures uses densely spaced electrodes to map high-frequency oscillations.
A recently installed 3D camera system in CHOC’s neurosurgery clinic will significantly advance CHOC’s mission to treat craniosynostosis.
A year after undergoing laser interstitial thermal therapy, a young patient showed significant reduction in tumor size and enhancement.
Ryder Montano is the third and youngest CHOC patient with a movement disorder to undergo a procedure called deep brain stimulation (DBS).
Children from throughout the U.S. travel to receive CLN2 treatment at CHOC, the largest Brineura infusion center in the nation.