Category Archives: Surgery

Back On The Field: Overcoming Bicuspid Aortic Stenosis

When my daughter Sydney was born following an uneventful pregnancy, my husband Heath and I were thrilled. At Sydney’s first check up with her pediatrician, though, a heart murmur was … Full Entry »

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2015 Monthly News Round-Up: Top Stories From April

From hosting another successful Family Fun Run at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus to celebrating the Mata twins’ first birthday, we’re excited to share what’s been circulating in the news … Full Entry »

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“BE” is BEautiful: Lila’s Story

On February 27th, 2014, our world turned upside down. We were living in Dallas and I was 22 weeks pregnant with our second child. I had been enjoying a healthy … Full Entry »

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32 Heart Transplants For Our 30th Anniversary

Last year, Texas Children’s Heart Center performed 32 heart transplants making Texas Children’s Heart Transplant Program the most active in the nation in 2014. This is a milestone year for … Full Entry »

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By The Numbers: Texas Children’s Department of Surgery

The Department of Surgery at Texas Children’s Hospital has a great story to tell. Or at least, we think so!

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