In a 21-center study, CHOC hopes to discover early treatment strategies for infantile spasms, a rare and dangerous type of epileptic seizure.
Dr. Neda Zadeh
CHOC has ordered cutting-edge tests of rapid whole-genome sequencing (rWGS) on 150 patients, with 76 of them getting a precise diagnosis.
A recently completed pilot program at CHOC and other California clinical sites helped target a baby’s specific genetic disease in just days.
A CHOC PICU nurse tells the story of her son, Colten, who received a rare Alström Syndrome diagnosis with the help of specialists at CHOC.
More than a dozen cases were presented by various speakers and featured obstructive left heart lesions, Heterotaxy syndromes, and more topics.
With the number of children with complex medical needs expected to double in the next decade, an upcoming CHOC conference will provide important information for medical providers who are diagnosing and treating this patient population. The Dec. 3 “Connecting the Dots … Diagnosing and Treating Children and Adolescents with Medical Complexity” will focus on commonly […]