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Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) is a platelet disorder that occurs in people who have an abnormally low number of platelets in the blood. Learn more about this condition.
Impetigo is a superficial infection of the skin caused by bacteria. The lesions are often grouped together, have a red base, and are open but close over to form a honey-colored crust.
Sickle cell disease is caused by a change in the genes for hemoglobin, which carries oxygen inside the red blood cells. Discover how our Infant Sickle Cell Program team of specialists provides education about the diagnosis, supportive care, and treatment options to families.
Infectious mononucleosis, also known as mononucleosis, mono, or glandular fever, is characterized by swollen lymph glands and chronic fatigue.
Influenza (or flu) is a highly contagious viral infection and is one of the most severe illnesses of the winter season.
Learn more about intestinal failure and short bowel syndrome in infants and children.
Intestinal malrotation is a birth defect involving a malformation of the intestinal tract. Intestinal malrotation is an abnormality that occurs while a fetus is forming in its mother's uterus.
The multidisciplinary Intestinal Rehabilitation program is one of the few programs in the country for infants, children, and teens with short bowel syndrome and complex gastrointestinal disorders.
Intoeing, commonly referred to as being pigeon toed, happens when children walk with their feet turned in. Learn more about the causes, symptoms and treatments for this condition.
Our orthopaedic experts use intraoperative CT imaging to provide a safe, effective orthopaedic surgery.