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Focal cortical dysplasia is a common cause of treatment-resistant epilepsy in children. At Children's Hospital Colorado, however, researchers are homing in on focal cortical dysplasia treatment.
After initial cancer treatments, a secondary, incurable tumor may form, known as a treatment-induced high-grade glioma. Thankfully, researchers are searching for a cure for these high-grade gliomas in children.
As part of the eXtraordinarY Babies Study, your child can help researchers identify early predictors of developmental and health outcomes associated with sex chromosome variations.
The FORWARD Fragile X Online Registry will help researchers develop guidelines for treating the condition, including recommendations for medical, behavioral and psychological treatments.
This study is a clinical study of testosterone in infants with XXY in order to learn more about the effects of testosterone on body fat and development.
By contributing to the Fragile X Biobank, patients with Fragile X syndrome and their families can help accelerate the understanding. Learn more about our research here.
The goal of the study is to identify biologically rational therapeutics for the medical treatment of adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma by confirming the overexpression of specific molecules and ultimately improving treatment for patients with this rare tumor.
The Fragile X FORWARD study will help researchers learn how people with fragile X syndrome grow and change from childhood to adulthood, as well as to find the best tests for diagnosis.
Congenital kyphoscoliosis and Pierre Robin sequence had caused Hunter's spine to curve more than 90 degrees. This compressed his spinal cord and started to cause paralysis.
Getting diagnosed with a rare brain tumor wasn't easy for 18-month-old Papi Martinez and his family. But his care team is better equipped than ever to treat him.
This study demonstrates a potential new, minimally invasive approach to in-utero spina bifida repair – a bioengineered reverse thermal gel.
Read about Children's Hospital Colorado's research on using autophagy to block BRAF inhibition to treat brain tumors.
Advancing Treatment for Pediatric Craniopharyngioma (ATPC) is North America’s first multicenter consortium dedicated exclusively to the discovery and testing of novel therapies for children with adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma (ACP).
Study finds in open fetal myelomeningocele (spina bifida) repair, ductus arteriosus constriction worsens during inhaled anesthesia. Learn about the research that is being conducted to mitigate this problem.
Children’s Colorado is a regional treatment hub for families who have children with Dravet syndrome. Learn about Dr. Kelly Knupp's Dravet syndrome research.
Learn how our neurosurgeon Dr. Todd Hankinson is partnering internationally to discover a treatment for craniopharyngioma.
Learn about our surgeons' newest assistant, ROSA the Robot, and how it's changing brain surgery for doctors and patients.
Research done at the Colorado Fetal Care Center has shown how 3D printing has helped in the treatment of myelomeningocele (spina bifida). Find out more about the procedure.
Learn how electrodes implanted deep in the brain can help muscle control.
The eXtraordinarY Kids Clinic addresses the complex needs of children with a sex chromosome aneuploidy through multidisciplinary care. See how we’re improving outcomes and quality of care at our clinic.