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Normal Function a Realistic Goal for Most Children Treated for Clubfoot News

Normal Function a Realistic Goal for Most Children Treated for Clubfoot

The UCSF Benioff Children’s Oakland clubfoot program offers consultations on clubfoot identified in utero, so that parental stress can be minimized in advance of the birth, and so that the clubfoot team is prepared to assess the newborn at birth.
On the Nose: A Guide to Pediatric Rhinosinusitis Course

On the Nose: A Guide to Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

Kids normally get lots of upper respiratory infections, so pediatricians need to know what treatments actually relieve symptoms, how to identify a chronic problem, and when to suspect one of the rare serious causes of persistent rhinitis
Cervical Instability in Children: Identifying Abnormalities and Designing Treatments Video

Cervical Instability in Children: Identifying Abnormalities and Designing Treatments

In this richly illustrated presentation, pediatric neurosurgeon Peter Sun, MD, delivers straightforward rules for assessing imaging tests and explains surgical approaches to specific challenges, such as chiari malformations and common complications of Down syndrome.
Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care: How to Be Your Patient’s Ally Video

Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care: How to Be Your Patient’s Ally

Caroline Cortezia, MS, CCLS, UCSF’s supervisor of child life services, explains how the pandemic has increased toxic stress in the pediatric population, especially in kids with behavioral disorders.
COVID and Kids: A Timely Update for Providers Video

COVID and Kids: A Timely Update for Providers

Answering the questions providers face daily, pediatric infectious disease specialist Ann Petru, MD, presents the evidence on how to best prevent and treat COVID-19 in children.
Injury Prevention and Care for Young Athletes News

Injury Prevention and Care for Young Athletes

The UCSF Sports Medicine Center for Young Athletes works exclusively with children and young athletes, ages 5 to 25, who participate in sports at any level.
Treatment for Strabismus in Children News

Treatment for Strabismus in Children

The UCSF pediatric ophthalmology division cares for children who have certain unique eye disorders, including strabismus (misalignment of the eyes).
Hydrops Fetalis Document

Hydrops Fetalis

Hydrops fetalis is a condition in pregnancy marked by abnormal collections of fluid in the fetus. UCSF is the premier center for the diagnosis and management of pregnancies with hydrops fetalis.
High Blood Pressure in Babies and Kids: Steps for Primary Care Providers Video

High Blood Pressure in Babies and Kids: Steps for Primary Care Providers

UCSF specialists in pediatric kidney and heart disease present the latest guidelines on evaluating patients with possible hypertension, including a key first step for establishing the diagnosis.
Pediatric Surgical Services Newsletter - February 2022 News

Pediatric Surgical Services Newsletter - February 2022

UCSF Benioff Children’s San Francisco Receives ACS Level 1 Children’s Surgery Center Designation, Injury Prevention and Care for Young Athletes, Treatment for Strabismus in Children.
Comprehensive Early Anatomic Evaluation Document

Comprehensive Early Anatomic Evaluation

Since its founding in 1981, the UCSF Fetal Treatment Center has expanded its vision to incorporate dynamic new methods for fetal diagnosis and treatment based on the emerging fields of maternal-fetal genetics and precision medicine
Pediatric Scoliosis: Spinal Tethering as an Alternative to Fusion Video

Pediatric Scoliosis: Spinal Tethering as an Alternative to Fusion

Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Mohammad Diab, MD, one of the innovators behind the tethering procedure, explains this safe, increasingly popular surgical option for severe scoliosis.

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