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Abdominal Masses in Pediatrics: Diagnostic Tools and Treatment Decisions Video

Abdominal Masses in Pediatrics: Diagnostic Tools and Treatment Decisions

Pediatric surgeon Willieford Moses, MD, FACS, discusses steps in evaluation, including which imaging modalities are most useful, and describes keys to decision-making for neuroblastoma, hepatoblastoma, renal tumors, germ cell tumors and ...

Sounds of Success: Pediatric Audiology and Speech/Language Pathology Perspectives Course

Sounds of Success: Pediatric Audiology and Speech/Language Pathology Perspectives

Audiology specialists at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals offer this presentation to help pediatricians ensure that babies and toddlers not only are screened for hearing issues but receive the timely follow-up that can make a world of ...

Pediatric Abdominal Pain Course

Pediatric Abdominal Pain

Chronic abdominal pain is common in children, often keeping them out of school and affecting their quality of life. Fortunately, explains pediatric gastroenterologist Vivien Nguyen, MD, diagnosing DGBIs has become more straightforward, ...

Radiation Safety in Pediatrics: A New Look at Imaging Practices for Growing Bodies Video

Radiation Safety in Pediatrics: A New Look at Imaging Practices for Growing Bodies

This presentation from Jesse Courtier, MD, chief of pediatric radiology at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, provides an update on X-ray and CT risks for kids and how protocols have been shaped to minimize harm and maximize diagnostic detail.

When Puberty Shows Up Too Soon (or Too Late): A Guide for Pediatricians Video

When Puberty Shows Up Too Soon (or Too Late): A Guide for Pediatricians

In this talk, pediatric endocrinologist Jennifer Olson, MD, describes how the hormonal processes that lead to sexual maturity are currently understood; provides usable definitions of precocious puberty as well as delayed puberty; and lays ...

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New Multidisciplinary Clinic Brings Innovative, Child-Focused Care for Head and Neck Disorders News

New Multidisciplinary Clinic Brings Innovative, Child-Focused Care for Head and Neck Disorders

UCSF has launched the Pediatric Head and Neck Disorders Clinic led by pediatric otolaryngologist Grace Banik, MD. Part of the broader UCSF Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Program, the clinic is the first of its kind on the Peninsula, ...

Surgical Innovations Optimize Kidney Stone Care for Kids News

Surgical Innovations Optimize Kidney Stone Care for Kids

In response to the rising incidence of stone disease in children, UCSF has launched the Pediatric Kidney Stone Clinic.

Pediatric Spine Center of Excellence Document

Pediatric Spine Center of Excellence

The Spine Center at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals comprises a multidisciplinary team of experts who are passionate about treating scoliosis and other spinal disorders, beginning in infancy and through young adulthood.

Pediatric Cancer Care Team Card Document

Pediatric Cancer Care Team Card

Meet our Pediatric Cancer Care team and see what sets us apart.

Child & Adolescent Headache Program Document

Child & Adolescent Headache Program

The Child & Adolescent Headache Program is a specialty clinic within the Department of Neurology. Our focus is the treatment of patients with difficult to manage headache syndromes.

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