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Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
225 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611
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A large weight gain in a short amount of time, accompanied by the dysfunction of the hypothalamus; a very rare disorder.
Indicated by problems understanding what people say, following spoken directions, organizing thoughts, putting words into sentences, or finding the right words.
Lurie Children’s Reconstructive Microsurgery Program treats deformities resulting from trauma, tumors, burns or congenital conditions.
Lurie Children’s nationally ranked Pediatric Reconstructive Urology Program treats congenital abnormalities of the kidney, bladder and genitalia.
One of several serious infections commonly transmitted in health care environments, with those most at risk being the elderly, those taking antibiotics, and those immunosuppressed.
Typically sinusitis (sinus infections), otitis (ear infections), or bronchitis (lung infections).
Occurring when air gets between the lung and the inside of the chest wall, causing the lung itself to collapse, tending to occur in young adults, especially those tall and thin.
Conditions which affect vision and may require corrective lenses for correction or improvement, including astigmatism, hyperopia and myopia.
Lurie Children's specializes in pediatric rehabilitation for children with speech, hearing and movement conditions.
Also called renal failure, kidney failure, end-stage renal disease, a condition in which kidneys no longer function correctly.
An injury caused by a task that is done repeatedly, such as prolonged manual wheelchair use, causing pain and injury of the upper extremities, especially the shoulders.
Also called Hyaline Membrane Disease, a condition of premature infant lungs due to insufficient surfactant, a substance in the lungs that helps the air sacs stay open.
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