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  • Getting an MRI (Video) for Kids


    Getting an MRI doesn't hurt, but you have to be still for as long as an hour. Watch how this test is done in this video for kids.

  • Epilepsy Surgery for Parents


    Epilepsy surgery is an operation done on the brain to reduce or stop seizures.

  • Sports Injuries for Parents


    Info on common sports injuries and how they're treated.

  • Diagnostic Tests for Cancer for Parents


    Learn about exams your child may need.

  • Infantile Spasms for Parents


    Infantile spasms (IS) is a seizure disorder in babies. The spasms usually go away by age 4, but many babies with IS will have other kinds of epilepsy later.

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy for Parents


    Kids with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) have seizures that start in one of the temporal lobes of the brain. Seizures usually get better with medicine.

  • Epilepsy for Parents


    Epilepsy causes electrical signals in the brain to misfire, which can lead to multiple seizures. Anyone can get epilepsy at any age, but most new diagnoses are in kids.

  • Sports Medicine Center Content List for Parents


    Get tips on everything from finding the best sport for your child to handling family factors and injuries.

  • Managing Health Care for Parents


  • Craniopharyngioma for Parents


    A craniopharyngioma is a rare type of benign brain tumor. Most people treated for a craniopharyngioma are cured.

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