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Pediatric Surgery

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Treating Sunken Chest Offers Kids Physical & Emotional Benefits

Pectus excavatum, or sunken chest, is a condition that can cause physical symptoms and body image issues in children and teens. Surgery to correct severe cases can be life-changing.

University Hospitals

Delaney, Miracle Baby

At 22 weeks pregnant, Vera discovered that her unborn child was carrying two large tumors that were causing the baby’s organs to shut down.

University Hospitals

Teen Receives Rare Islet Cell Transplant to Relieve Pancreatitis Pain

As a young child, Lilah spent four to five weeks a year in the hospital due to severe pain caused by acute-on-chronic pancreatitis.

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