Dr. Huoh, working with endocrinologists at CHOC, has spearheaded a multi-disciplinary thyroid surgery program that steadily has grown since then.
With Father’s Day near, two CHOC providers reflect on the challenge of balancing their demanding and often emotionally exhausting work with fatherhood.
One of the most common conditions managed by pediatric urologists is vesicoureteral reflux (VUR). The standard approach to treating it has been questioned by CHOC urologists.
A team from CHOC has published original research on COVID-19 infections among its staff during the early stages of the pandemic.
CHOC’s leading pediatric neurosurgeons recently shared their insights on how innovation is helping to close the gap between clinical needs and the availability of pediatric devices.
Gold’s creation, an app he calls uTine (a play off the word “routine”), is on the verge of being tested on patients at the Thompson Autism Center.
Nearly five years ago, a mysterious outbreak of oral infections that eventually was traced to a clinic in Anaheim alarmed parents and dominated the local news. The health crisis spurred Dr. Singh and a multidisciplinary team at CHOC, working with several community partners, to search for answers.
CHOC’s virtual pediatric lecture series continues with Pediatric Nephrology: High blood pressure in children and adolescents. This online discussion will be held Thursday, June 17 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. and is designed for general practitioners, family practitioners and other healthcare providers.
A new state-of-the-art clinical space on CHOC’s main Orange campus brings together multidisciplinary pediatric cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery outpatient services under one roof.
Due to the complexity of secondary dystonia and the brain’s potentially unpredictable response, deep brain stimulation (DBS) has seldom been used in the treatment of this disorder. However, a CHOC neuroscientist has developed a breakthrough method of DBS to treat secondary dystonia in pediatric patients.