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Pediatric Oncology & Hematology Conditions We Treat

Our team takes specialized and evidence-based approaches to diagnosing and treating blood disorders and cancer. Learn more about the conditions we treat. 

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Moyamoya Disease

A rare, progressive cerebrovascular disorder, the name (in Japanese) describing the look of the tangle of tiny vessels formed to compensate for the blockage.

Neuroblastoma

A cancerous tumor beginning in nerve tissue of infants and very young children, rare in children older than 10-years-old, but occasionally occurring in adults.

Neutropenia

A condition in which the body does not have enough white blood cells that fight bacterial infections.

Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

A cancer in the lymphatic system, including three types: Lymphoblastic non-Hodgkin, Burkitt or non-Burkitt, and Large cell or non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Osteogenic Sarcoma

One of the most common types of bone cancer in children usually occurring in the long bones, such as the arms, legs and pelvis.

Retinoblastoma

A cancer of the retina of the eye, which tends to run in families.

Rhabdomyosarcoma

A cancerous tumor in the soft tissues of the body, including the muscles, tendons and connective tissues, commonly the head, neck, bladder, vagina, arms, legs and trunk.

Sickle Cell Disease

An inherited blood disorder characterized by abnormal hemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to the tissues.

Thalassemia

A group of inherited diseases of the blood affecting the ability of the body to make hemoglobin, causing anemia; commonly found around the Mediterranean Sea.

Thrombophilia

Also called hypercoagulability, a condition in which the blood has a higher than normal tendency to clot inside the blood vessels.

Thyroid Cancer

A change in the genes of the cells of the thyroid gland that causes the cells to grow and multiply too much, forming a mass of tissue called a nodule in the lower neck.

von Willebrand Disease

The most common inherited bleeding disorder, in which a protein in the blood that aids clotting is defective or missing.