Three CHOC doctors led a study that helped garner authorization by the FDA of a digital diagnosis aid that will help to rule out or diagnose autism.
CHOC’s virtual pediatric lecture series continues with a lesson on macrocephaly and hydrocephalus. This online discussion will be held Aug. 25.
AAP suggests that patients who test positive for a COVID-19 infection should have at least one follow-up visit to their peditrician.
The app is designed to make speech therapy more engaging, convenient, and interactive for both clinicians and patients by utilizing an adventure game.
CHOC Innovation Day 2021 was held June 25 in honor of the late Nick Anas and highlighted innovations by CHOC providers and associates.
Dr. Chulie Ulloa has been selected as an Early Career Investigator for her leading role in a study of COVID-19 transmission rates at four OC schools.
CHOC’s virtual pediatric lecture series continues with a lesson on cardiology. This online discussion will be held July 28 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Twenty-four years ago, Dr. Michael Muhonen, treated a baby born with what essentially was a traumatic brain injury. That baby, Eric Rhee, is now 24 and headed off to medical school.
Ryder Montano is the third and youngest CHOC patient with a movement disorder to undergo a procedure called deep brain stimulation (DBS).
The first batch of awardees in the CSO Small Grant Program, which launched in the third quarter of the current fiscal year, has been announced.