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Neurology Programs and Services

The Division of Neurology at Children’s National Hospital has a variety of programs and services to help care for and treat your child’s neurological needs. Your child will have access to the latest advances in neurology, with treatments based on our cutting-edge research and our commitment to providing age-appropriate, personalized care for your child.

Critical Care Medicine

Neurocritical Care

The Neurocritical Care Unit at Children’s National is the only pediatric neuro ICU in the Washington, D.C., area.

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Neuromuscular Medicine Program

The Neuromuscular Medicine Program leverages the expertise of a multidisciplinary teams, cutting-edge research and innovative technologies to care for a spectrum of neuromuscular conditions affecting children from infancy to age 21.

Neuro-ophthalmology

Neuro-Ophthalmology

The pediatric neuro-ophthalmology experts at Children’s National Hospital offer advanced diagnosis and care for children with neurological eye and vision disorders.
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Neuropsychology

Children’s National Hospital has some of the world’s foremost experts in care for children with complex neurodevelopmental disorders affecting the brain and central nervous system.

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Neuropsychology Outpatient Evaluation

Neurological disorders and injuries that affect the brain, including developmental problems and injury from an accident or birth trauma, can influence the way a child thinks, learns, behaves and expresses emotions.

Tuberous Sclerosis Program

Tuberous Sclerosis Program

Children’s National Hospital is one of 47 sites in the United States with a clinic devoted to the treatment of  tuberous sclerosis (TSC). We treat our children who are diagnosed with TSC, and continue to provide consultation with primary care physicians and some outpatient services for our patients into adulthood.

Project ONESIE

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Learn about Amarie, an infant born prematurely, and her Children’s research study on preterm birth effects.

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