Rare birth defect increasing, puzzling Canadian doctors
Across Canada, a serious birth defect is occurring with increasing frequency -- and experts don't know why. Newborns with the congenital condition, known as gastroschisis, are born with their intestines protruding from a hole in their abdominal wall.
Moses Lake event aimed at raising awareness of gastroschisis
Avery's Angels Gastroschisis Foundation is holding a Gastroschisis Awareness Day event starting at 1 p.m. at Blue Heron Park, located at 111 Westshore Drive. Gastroschisis is a birth defect of the abdominal wall, causing a baby's intestines protrude ...
Rare birth defect on rise on East Coast
Researchers say they're seeing more babies born with a rare birth defect known as gastroschisis, and that many of the cases are clustered in small pockets of population on the East and West Coasts, and in the North of the country. Babies with ...
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Your Gastroschisis Journey
An educational film designed to help families prepare for the birth of their baby with gastroschisis. For more information, visit: ...
Gastroschisis - Abdominal Wall Defects - Fetal Surgery - Fetal Treatment - CHOP (6 of 11)
To provide the right treatment, it's critically important to watch babies with gastroschisis carefully during the labor process. In this series of videos, parents, nurses ...
Abdominal Wall Defects - Omphalocele - Gastroschisis - Fetal Diagnosis & Treatment - CHOP (2 of 11)
The two types of major abdominal wall defects for which Children's Hospital most often provides treatment are omphalocele and gastroschisis. More info at ...
Gastroschisis treatment options and pregnancy monitoring
Overview of treatment options and pregnancy monitoring for gastroschisis by Larry Rand MD and Michael Harrison, MD of the UCSF Fetal Treatment Center.