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Calcium plays an important role in several body functions, including muscle contractions, enzyme function, and nerve conduction. Learn more about calcium and bone problems in children.
Our expert surgical oncology team provides the full spectrum of surgical treatment for children with cancer.
Our expert pediatric electrophysiology specialists have years of experience performing cardiac ablation procedures for children.
Cardiac catheterization is a specialized procedure in which a long, flexible tube (catheter) is inserted into a blood vessel (usually in the leg) and guided into the heart, allowing a close look at the structures inside.
With new ultrasound equipment that has very high resolution and techniques such as transvaginal ultrasound, the heart may be imaged as early as 11-12 weeks gestation.
Children's is a national leader in congenital heart disease imaging. The pediatric echocardiography laboratory performs approximately 14,000 studies annually.
Learn how we’re working with the National Institutes of Health to reduce or eliminate radiation exposure using advanced cardiac MRI technology.
Cardiomyopathy is any disease of the heart muscle in which the heart loses its ability to pump blood effectively.
Carpenter syndrome is an extremely rare congenital (present at birth) disorder that causes abnormal growth of a baby’s skull, fingers, and toes. Learn more about the symptoms, causes and treatments for Carpenter syndrome.
A cataract is a clouding or opaque area over the lens of the eye – an area that is normally transparent. Learn more about this condition.