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We treat vascular diseases of the brain and spinal cord with a variety of surgeries. Treatment depends on how ill your child is when diagnosed.
Laser ablation surgery is a treatment to remove tumors and other lesions. It uses light to heat and destroy unwanted cells.
Epilepsy Program at Seattle Childrens Hospital provides promising options for children with epilepsy. We have the largest epilepsy program on the West Coast dedicated to treating to children.
Kidney disease types in children that can lead to a kidney transplant.
Seattle Childrens Hospital Neurology Department has started a First Seizure Clinic. I talked with the medical director of the Epilepsy Program, Dr. Edward Rusty Novotny, the principal investigator of the Center for Integrative Brain Research team at Seattle Childrens Research Institute about it.
Dr. Charles Cowan of Seattle Children's Autism Center reviews some of the research and news related to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) in 2013.
Neurocutaneous syndromes are genetic disorders that lead to tumor growth in various parts of the body. The focus of treatment is to prevent or minimize complications and maximize the child's strengths.
... Retinoblastoma Hereditary Paraganglioma-Pheochromocytoma Syndrome Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Pediatric Conditions in ACMG Guidelines Page 14. ...
... abnormalities (cerebral palsy, developmental delay, macro/microcephaly) Evidence of neurocutaneous syndrome (neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis, etc) ...
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