Category Archives: Fetal Center

2015 Monthly News Round-Up: Top Stories From January

From learning about the risks associated with the measles to sharing the latest about the Mata conjoined twins, it’s been a month full of important updates and interviews. We’re excited to share … Full Entry »

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Our Son’s Story: Born With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

January 8th, 2014 is a day I’ll never forget.  It’s the day we learned our unborn son, Aiden, only had half of his heart, a condition called Hypoplastic Left Heart … Full Entry »

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Fetal Imaging: The Importance Of Diagnostic Imaging And An Early Diagnosis

At Texas Children’s Hospital we are committed to quickly and accurately diagnosing any complications during pregnancy by investing in advanced imaging technologies used by our expert team, who has been … Full Entry »

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A Double Miracle: One Family Fights Breast Cancer And A Heart Transplant

Our story began even before we heard the devastating news about our baby. I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 8 weeks gestation. Upon receiving the diagnosis, I began traveling … Full Entry »

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A Bump In The Road: A Guide To Fetal Medicine And Fetal Care Decisions

While most women experience healthy pregnancies filled with food cravings and swollen feet, some may experience complications along the way. For parents who learn that their unborn child may need … Full Entry »

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