Category Archives: Surgery

Camp Keep Smiling!

One day last year we received a flier in the mail about Camp Keep Smiling. It sounded fun and I’d always wanted to go to summer camp. When I read … Full Entry »

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Happy, Healthy and Unstoppable: Peyton’s Story

We are thrilled to share Peyton is now a year-and-a-half out from her successful liver transplant. Peyton was diagnosed with biliary atresia and at 13 months old she received her … Full Entry »

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Broken Bones 101

As a pediatric orthopedic doctor, I see tons of broken bones, especially during the summer when kids spend more time outdoors. It’s not uncommon to see broken arms, collar bones … Full Entry »

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ESRD: Our Mother’s Day Story

Mother’s Day is a special time to celebrate mothers and motherhood. This year, the celebration was even more special to my family; it was the first one my daughter was … Full Entry »

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2015 Monthly News Round-Up: Top Stories From June

In June, Texas Children’s celebrated the Mata twins being reunited at home and patients at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers got to experience a day of summer camp fun … Full Entry »

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