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Markers of Spinal DysraphismUCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals explains the markers of Spinal Dysraphism.
Headaches in Children and Teenagers - SymptomsUCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals discusses the symptoms of headaches in children and teenagers
2019-20 Referral Services GuideUCSF Health is recognized throughout the world for innovative treatments, advanced technology, collaboration among clinicians and scientists, and a highly compassionate team of patient care providers.
Pediatric Stroke and Cerebrovascular DiseaseSpecialized assessment and treatment are essential in managing pediatric stroke and cerebrovascular disorders. For these services, physicians nationwide can turn to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals’ Pediatric Brain Center.
UCSF MD Link: Web-Based Communication Portal for PhysiciansOur web portal allows referring physicians to securely access their patients’ entire electronic health record, make online referral requests and communicate with our physicians directly and securely.
Pediatric Brain CenterAn extensive child life program supports our patients and their families throughout their time at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals.
Headaches in Children and TeenagersPediatric Headache Program: Headaches in Children and Teenagers. Symptoms, When To Refer To a Neurologist, and Preventive Treatment.
Help Kids With Neural Tube Defects Live Better: How to Detect and Address DisabilityLiving Better With Spina Bifida: Opportunities to Improve Detection, Intervention and Long-Term Care While medical advances mean most patients with these anomalies are living into middle age, doctors often fail to address issues that impact quality of life.
Neurofibromatosis Update: The Primary Care Provider’s Role and New Hope in Treating TumorsPediatric neurologist Alyssa T. Reddy, MD, director of the UCSF Neurofibromatosis Program, breaks down the complex, multisystem signs of NF1, among the most common inherited neurologic disorders.
Looking at Abnormal Movement: A Neurological Language Lesson for PediatriciansPediatric neurologist Jenn Tu, MD, PhD, breaks down movement types in this guide to determining whether a patient needs referral and how to sum up observations in meaningful ways.
The Pediatric Seizure: Assessing Recurrence, Answering QuestionsThis case-based presentation from pediatric neurologist and epilepsy specialist Ernesto Gonzalez-Giraldo, MD, sheds light on the significance of a first seizure, providing the evidence on risk of recurrence and epilepsy, and offering workup guidelines.