Conditions We Treat
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Congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation (CCAM) is the most common type of fetal lung lesion. It appears as a benign cyst in the chest that can vary in size.
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) is a life-threatening fetal abnormality that limits lung growth. Expert surgical repair and long-term care is offered at CHOP.
Conjoined twins occur once in every 50,000 to 60,000 births. Doctors at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia have separated more than 20 sets of conjoined twins and have managed the care of many others.
Fetal giant neck masses such as cervical teratoma can obstruct the airway and cause serious complications. Learn about how giant neck masses are treated at CHOP.
Hydrocephalus and ventriculomegaly are conditions that result in fluid buildup and enlargement of cerebral ventricles in the developing brain.
Lower urinary tract obstruction (LUTO), also known as obstructive uropathy, is a rare birth defect caused by obstruction of the urethra that is treated at CHOP.
Omphalocele is a rare abdominal wall defect in which abdominal organs protrude through a hole into the base of the umbilical cord, covered by a clear, thin sac.