Strokes occur across the lifespan, and affect one in every 3,500 live births and 6 to 13 per 100,000 children annually.
A 4-year-old girl is preparing for preschool and a normal life following a hemispherectomy performed at CHOC.
Concussions can be complicated and multifaceted, as patients usually present with various combinations of neurologic, cognitive and psychiatric symptoms.
The critical factor in determining epilepsy treatment and prognosis is recognizing the specific epilepsy syndrome.
CHOC's new stem cell production facility, set to open this summer, will allow researchers to produce patient-specific cells for immune-matching therapies.
A dermoid cyst is a small bump that is present at birth, and is typically found near a child’s head, says Dr. Michael Muhonen of CHOC.
Concussions are serious injuries that if tended properly won’t likely produce lasting damage, says Dr. Grace Mucci, a CHOC psychologist.
Dr. Mary Zupanc and Dr. Sharief Taraman share a recent case study involving infantile spasms.