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  • A to Z: Tenosynovitis for Parents


    Learn about overuse injuries and conditions that affect the tendons and muscles.

  • A to Z: Nonunion of Fracture for Parents


    In this condition, a broken bone does not heal completely and needs advanced treatment. Learn more.

  • A to Z: Atresia, Aortic for Parents


    Learn about congenital defects and conditions that affect vessels, valves, and passages in the heart and other organs.

  • A to Z: Keloids for Parents


    Learn about complications of wound healing and conditions that affect the skin.

  • A to Z: Clubfoot for Parents


    Clubfoot is a birth defect that causes one or both of a baby's feet to turn inward and downward, giving the foot or feet a club-like appearance.

  • A to Z: Breast Mass/Fibroadenoma for Parents


    Learn more about this type of noncancerous tumor, common in women ages 15-35.

  • A to Z: Atresia, Pulmonary for Parents


    Learn about congenital defects and conditions that affect vessels, valves, and passages in the heart and other organs.

  • A to Z: Atresia, Biliary for Parents


    Learn about congenital defects and conditions that affect vessels, valves, and passages in the heart and other organs.

  • A to Z: Atresia, Anal for Parents


    Learn about congenital defects and conditions that affect vessels, valves, and passages in the heart and other organs.

  • A to Z: Hidradenitis for Parents


    In this condition, which often begins during the teen years, lumps form under the skin in areas like the armpit or groin. Learn more here.