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Osteogenesis Imperfecta in Children

If your child has been diagnosed with a rare condition, it can fill your mind with questions. From wondering how the diagnosis will affect your little one’s growth and development to their ability to live independently, the uncertainty can be a source of stress and anxiety. While a disease such as osteogenesis imperfecta can have…

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Osteogenesis Imperfecta in Children

Pediatric Osteochondroma

There are so many conditions that most of us are unaware of until we encounter them personally. This is often the case for parents who find out their child has pediatric osteochondroma. The uncertainty of a new condition can add to the stress of seeking treatment and ensuring you are meeting care needs, which is…

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Pediatric Osteochondroma

Pediatric Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUR)

Because vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) usually does not cause symptoms by itself, parents often do not find out their child has this condition until after a related urinary tract infection (UTI) has developed. While it can be a little frightening to find out your child has a condition like VUR, it is often highly treatable and…

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Pediatric Vesicoureteral Reflux VUR

Tetralogy of Fallot

Parents of children diagnosed with a congenital heart defect such as Tetralogy of Fallot find themselves thrust into a situation with so many unknowns and challenges. We understand what a difficult and stressful time this can be, and it’s natural to want to know as much as possible about this condition and the potential treatment…

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Tetralogy of Fallot

Feeding Difficulties

A parent’s number one instinct is to care for and nourish their child, so encountering feeding difficulties with your little one might be one of the most distressing issues you can face. Problems with feeding in infants and even older children are more common than many people realize. By some estimates, anywhere from 25% to 40% of…

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Feeding Difficulties

Myoclonic Seizures in Children

Myoclonic seizures are some of the easiest to miss. The quick, jerking movements that characterize these types of seizures may even be mistaken for a simple tic or uncoordinated movement. Although they can be hard to identify, these episodes can represent a serious underlying condition and require focused treatment and care. Whether your child has…

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Myoclonic Seizures

Atonic Seizures

Like other types of seizures, watching a child experience an atonic seizure can be a very distressing event. Even if the seizure passes relatively briefly, there can be lasting anxiety about the next occurrence, the underlying cause, and how to care for this condition on a long-term basis. While atonic seizures are serious, they are…

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Atonic Seizures

Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS)

As a parent, you do whatever needs to be done to ensure your child’s welfare — a loving home, food, and a safe environment. But there are still so many things that are out of your control, including your child getting sick or developing a medical condition. This can feel even more overwhelming if the…

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Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

Tonic Seizures in Children

Seizures of any type can be alarming when they develop in children. Parents trying to learn about what is happening to their little one have to navigate an almost overwhelming amount of terminology and classification. Types of seizures can vary according to where they originate in the brain, what types of symptoms they cause, and…

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Tonic Seizures

Clonic Seizures in Children

Children who experience seizures and have seizure disorders can experience a wide range of different types of seizures. These can vary according to where in the brain they originate, whether they lose awareness during the seizure, and the specific symptoms that occur while it takes place. Clonic seizures are a relatively rare type of seizure,…

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Clonic Seizures
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