With advancements in non-invasive imaging and surgical techniques, it is now possible to treat many problems in a fetus before birth.
Pediatric congenital heart surgery is a procedure to correct a structural problem in a child's heart. Learn about this procedure.
Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome is a rare, in utero condition that occurs only in monochorionic twins (identical twins who share the same placenta).
Birth defects are health problems that are present at birth. They can range from mild to severe, and some babies have more than one.
Congenital heart disease refers to a structural problem that has affected the way the heart or major blood vessels have formed. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Fetal ultrasound is the most widely used medical imaging method during pregnancy. It is used to view the developing fetus and also to guide procedures.
Pregnant and expecting mothers have the opportunity to learn a lot about their unborn child's health with today's screening and diagnostic tests.