Pediatric Neurology & Neurosurgery

Latest in Pediatric Neurology & Neurosurgery

Brain’s Sensory Processing Often Struggles in Autism

Virtual reality may help smooth out disconnects between vision and hearing.

Focus in Prader-Willi Cases Expands Beyond Typical Concerns

At a specialty clinic, families feel relief at finding doctors and others who understand their children.

Suicide Safety Plans Customized for Autistic Youth

Process must be customized to meet the needs of individuals who have trouble naming and sharing emotions.

Visual Symptoms Now on Checklist for Pediatric Concussion

Early identification and management of visual disorders may mitigate negative effects, according to Vanderbilt co-author.

Subspecialists Optimize Outcomes in Skull Base Tumor Surgery

In a rare combination of talents, two pediatric subspecialists bring their skills together for operations.

Preventing Strokes in Children with Sickle Cell

In the country hardest hit by sickle cell disease, clinicians learn and adopt new approaches.

Clinic Treats Functional Seizures with a Unique Approach

Painstaking diagnosis is first step to effective treatment of stress-related neurological disorder.

Diagnosis Provides Evidence for Laparotomy vs. Drainage in Neonates

Landmark study compares two surgical strategies to repair necrotizing enterocolitis or intestinal perforation in premature infants.

ROSA Brain Offers Precision Guidance for Neurosurgery

Robotic platform brings a cutting-edge technology into the pediatric surgical suite.