CHOC’s hydrocephalus research laboratory team receives grant that could lead to improvements in care for a debilitating and complex disease.
A recently installed 3D camera system in CHOC’s neurosurgery clinic will significantly advance CHOC’s mission to treat craniosynostosis.
CHOC’s pediatric lecture series continues with a lesson on macrocephaly and hydrocephalus. This online discussion will be held Aug. 25.
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.
Neuroscience leaders discuss innovations and their successes, and the need for much more work to be done
Neurosurgeons share their insights on how innovation is closing the gap between clinical needs and the availability of pediatric devices.
New innovations at CHOC aim to revolutionize shunts for hydrocephalus to give patients more control in the management of this condition.