Conditions We Treat
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Learn about aortic regurgitation in children and teens, why it occurs and how it’s diagnosed and treated at the Cardiac Center at Children's Hospital.
Children with aortic stenosis have an aortic valve that is too narrow. This blocks the blood flow out of the heart, requiring the heart to work harder than normal.
Learn about the different types of cardiomyopathy and how they are diagnosed and treated at the Cardiac Center.
Learn about the causes of chest pain in children and teenagers and what to expect when you visit the Cardiac Center and see a cardiologist for a diagnosis.
Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (CCTGA) is a rare heart defect. Learn about CCTGA, including how it is diagnosed and treated at Children's Hospital.
Learn about double outlet right ventricle, a heart defect where both major arteries are connected to the right ventricle, including how it is diagnosed and treated at Children's Hospital.