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Pediatric Neurosurgery Patient Stories

We treat hundreds of children every year for a variety of neurological disorders. Here are some of their stories:

Brain Tumor
Chiari Malformation
Craniosynostosis
Discover Camp
Epilepsy

Video: The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital

View a video about Comer Children's Hospital that features pediatric neurosurgery patient Baylie Owen, who has Chiari malformation, a condition where the cerebellum protrudes into the spinal canal. Baylie's mom, Tressie, and her neurosurgeon, David M. Frim, MD, PhD, chief of neurosurgery, also are featured in the video.

Brain Tumor

A Marathon Brain Surgery: Teen Battles Benign Brain Tumor

Chiari Malformation

Family Travels from Croatia for Chiari Expertise

Young Patient Uses Humor to Relieve Pain

Energetic Chiari Patient Inspires Sculptor's Work

Neurosurgeon Offers Hope to a Family with Chiari Malformation

Six-Year-Old Is Helping Others Learn About Chiari in a Creative Way

Craniosynostosis

Video: Surgery Gives Baby with Craniosynostosis Space for a Growing Brain

Discover Camp

Young Neurosurgery Patients Find Fun at Discover Camp




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