Conditions & Treatments

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    Meningocele

    Meningocele is a moderate form of spina bifida in which a fluid-filled sac is visible outside of the back area. The sac does not contain the spinal cord or nerves....

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    Meningococcal Infections

    Meningococcal infections are illnesses caused by bacteria....

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    Menstrual Conditions

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    Metabolic Bone Disease

    Children who have metabolic bone disease may have thin, thick, soft, brittle or irregular bones....

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    Metatarsus Adductus

    Metatarsus adductus is a common foot deformity noted at birth. It causes the front half of the child’s foot (forefoot) to turn inward. The foot may still be flexible. This means it can be straightened to a degree by hand. Or it may be nonflexible....

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    Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)

    More than 90,000 Americans develop serious infections each year from drug-resistant staphylococcus bacteria. This germ is known as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), although it's resistant to all standard first-line antibiotics, including penicillin. MRSA infections originally appeared mostly in hospitals and nursing homes. Now a new...

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    Metopic Synostosis

    Trigonocephaly, also called metopic synostosis or metopic craniosynostosis, is a type of craniosynostosis. The term craniosynostosis refers to the premature fusion of bones in a baby’s skull....

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    Microcephaly

    What is microcephaly in children? Microcephaly is a condition where a baby's head is much smaller than normal. It is most often present at birth (congenital). Most children with microcephaly also have a small brain and an intellectual disability. Some children with small heads have...

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    Micropenis

    A micropenis is a penis that is smaller than normal....

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    Microtia

    Microtia means "small ear” and occurs in approximately 1:6000-12,000 births. Microtia is congenital (at birth) and can affect one or both ears. Any child born with microtia should be evaluated at a Craniofacial Center to rule out other conditions like hemifacial microsomia or Treacher Collins...

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