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Pediatric Neurosurgery

photo of Jack, Johns Hopkins craniosynostosis patient, with his mother

Craniosynostosis: Jack's Story

Born with pediatric craniosynostosis, Jack had minimally-invasive surgery performed by pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Edward Ahn, to correct the infant’s skull defect.

 

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Benign brain tumor: Connor's Story

Four-year-old Connor said his arm kept falling asleep. Doctors found that he was having seizures caused by a benign brain tumor. Connor’s family shares their experience with pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. Edward Ahn.

 

photo of Adam, Johns Hopkins spinal tumor patient

Spinal cord tumor: Adam's Story

A rare spinal cord tumor was compressing nerves to 10 year-old Adam’s lungs. After traveling to three different countries, Adam and his family found hope with Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. George Jallo.

 

photo of Steven, Johns Hopkins spinal tumor patient

Spinal cord tumor: Steven McDonough's Story

Teenager Steven McDonough was diagnosed with a tumor in his spinal cord. He and his mother share their story, along with his doctor Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. George Jallo.

 

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