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Category Archives: Surgery
As a post-renal transplant coordinator, I serve as the advocate responsible for coordinating all activity for the transplant patient and their family. This includes, but is not limited to:
Occurring in 1 of 700 live births, Down syndrome remains the most common chromosome abnormality of children in the United States. Otolaryngologic, or ear, nose and throat (ENT), problems are … Full Entry
For the past three years, Texas Children’s Hospital has invested in the training of physician assistants (PAs) through our Pediatric Surgery Fellowship. The success of the program has paved the … Full Entry
At Texas Children’s, we have one of the largest, most active pediatric transplantation programs in the nation, performing nearly 1,500 transplants since our program’s inception in 1988. Our team is … Full Entry