Zoe was diagnosed before birth with small bowel atresia, a cause of fetal bowel obstruction, and underwent surgery at CHOP when she was just 1 day old.
Cardiologists at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia diagnosed Oliver with supraventricular tachycardia when he was 1, then found the right treatment to keep his heart beating normally.
From his prenatal diagnosis of tetralogy of Fallot, to treatment after birth and follow-up care, Aidan has benefited from the expertise of CHOP's Cardiac Center.
When Diana and Corey learned their unborn baby had tetralogy of Fallot, they came to CHOP's Fetal Heart Program to better understand the diagnosis, develop a birth plan and prepare for their baby’s open heart surgery.
Brittany Rotonda shares her experience living with tetralogy of Fallot and how she found comfort and hope at the Philadelphia Adult Congenital Heart Center, a joint program of CHOP and Penn.
Joshua was only weeks old when he had surgery to treat tetralogy of Fallot, a serious heart defect. He will continue to receive expert care from the team at CHOP's Cardiac Center.
Marla recounts her experience growing up with tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and how the passion of the nurses at CHOP inspired her own career in nursing.
Diagnosed with tetralogy of Fallot at a New Mexico hospital, Matthew was transferred to CHOP's Cardiac Center for surgical treatment and long-term follow-up care.
Paige was diagnosed with severe tracheal stenosis, a narrowing of the trachea. The only way to widen her airway was with a major surgery. But with only one lung, it would be incredibly risky.
Melissa shares her story of growing up with transposition of the great arteries and how the team at Children's Hospital has been with her throughout her journey.