Category Archives: Surgery

Endometriosis Affects 1 in 10 Women: How We Diagnose and Treat This Condition

Chances are you know someone suffering from endometriosis. This prevalent, painful condition affects 1 out of every 10 women during their menstruation years. Your odds are twice as high (1 … Full Entry »

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Teamwork Helps Kids With Cleft Lip and Palate Develop Normally

At Texas Children’s Hospital, we treat a number of children with cleft lip and cleft palate. The treatment for patients who have cleft lip begins almost immediately at birth and … Full Entry »

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Why Medicaid Matters To Kids

I had always heard about Medicaid — heard the media portray it as a handout, as healthcare available to those who can’t or won’t help themselves. I never thought it … Full Entry »

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Our Story: Delivering Premature Twins, Staying In The NICU And Having Open Heart Surgery

Two years after having a healthy, uncomplicated pregnancy, my husband and I discovered we were having twins. I guess in the back of my mind I knew they would most … Full Entry »

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Cranial Vault Remodeling

When your child suffers from craniosynostosis, whether it’s associated with a genetic syndrome or an isolated condition, treatment typically requires a surgical procedure. Here at Texas Children’s Hospital, we have … Full Entry »

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