1. May 14, 2019

    Innovations in fetal medicine — Mayo Clinic

    Edward S. Ahn, M.D., neurosurgeon, and Rodrigo Ruano, M.D. Ph.D., maternal and fetal medicine surgeon, describe surgery prior to birth to repair severe congenital anomalies.

  2. May 14, 2019

    Spina bifida treatment using fetoscope

    Edward S. Ahn, M.D., neurosurgeon, and Rodrigo Ruano, M.D. Ph.D., maternal and fetal medicine surgeon, describe a new treatment for spina bifida using a fetoscope.

  3. Feb. 19, 2019

    Eight-year-old survives near-fatal injuries

    Crushed in the midtorso by a tractor and trailer, 8-year-old Cole Heiden's life was spared by surgeons in the Mayo Clinic Pediatric Trauma Center.

  4. Jan. 17, 2019

    Infantile spasms

    Lily C. Wong-Kisiel, M.D., a pediatric neurologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses infantile spasms, also called epileptic spasms.

  5. Sept. 07, 2018

    Mayo Clinic Minute: Cryopreservation giving kids with cancer a brighter future

    It may seem odd to worry about fertility when we’re talking about childhood cancer. Mayo Clinic’s Zaraq Khan, M.B.B.S. discusses a treatment called gamete cryopreservation.

  6. June 28, 2018

    Minimally invasive surgery for craniosynostosis requires early diagnosis and intervention

    Edward Ahn, M.D., pediatric neurosurgeon, discusses craniosynostosis.

  7. June 27, 2017

    Yes, babies and children get cataracts, too: Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric cataracts

    Erick D. Bothun, M.D., Mayo Clinic pediatric eye surgeon, cares for children of all ages and eye diseases. Dr. Bothun specializes in diagnosing, treating and researching complex cataracts in infants and children.

  8. Jan. 24, 2017

    Using ultrasound elastography to quantify passive muscle stiffness in children: Effect of spasticity and botulinum toxin on muscle

    Joline E. Brandenburg, M.D., Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, discusses the rationale for studying passive muscle stiffness, the effects of spasticity on muscle in children with cerebral palsy.

  9. Dec. 20, 2016

    Strengthening the HLHS heart with regenerative medicine

    Regenerative medicine — the ability to bioengineer and make new heart muscle and apply it to patients with weak hearts — is changing the future for children with hypoplastic left heart syndrome.

  10. Dec. 09, 2015

    Supraventricular tachycardia

    Bryan C. Cannon, M.D., a Mayo Clinic pediatric cardiologist and electrophysiology specialist, discusses supraventricular tachycardia and potential treatment options for pediatric patients.

  11. Aug. 18, 2015

    Working with patients who are transgender, gender dysphoric or gender nonconforming

    Cesar A. Gonzalez, Ph.D., L.P., a psychologist at Mayo Clinic, discusses working with patients who are transgender, gender dysphoric or gender nonconforming.

  12. Oct. 08, 2014

    Childhood fractures may indicate bone density problems

    Broken bones may seem like a normal part of an active childhood. About 1 in 3 otherwise-healthy children have a bone fracture. Breakage of the bone running from the elbow to the thumb side of the wrist (distal forearm fracture) is the most common. It occurs most often during the growth spurt that children typically undergo in early adolescence.

  13. Aug. 28, 2014

    Family-based therapy for anorexia nervosa in adolescents

    Mayo Clinic clinical psychologist Leslie A. Sim, Ph.D., L.P., discusses family-based therapy for anorexia nervosa.

  14. June 26, 2014

    Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome: Symptom-free is not risk-free

    Bernard J. Gersh, M.B., Ch.B., D.Phil., and Bryan C. Cannon, M.D., discuss how to evaluate and when to intervene in Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.

  15. May 01, 2014

    Examining repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation as a treatment for adolescent depression

    Paul E. Croarkin, D.O., M.S., discusses noninvasive brain stimulation and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for adolescent depression.

  16. Feb. 28, 2014

    Common musculoskeletal tumors of childhood and adolescence

    Carola A S. Arndt, M.D., a pediatric hematologist from Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses her article appearing in the May 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.