Dr. Peter Yu, a pediatric general and thoracic surgeon at CHOC, answers the most common questions he gets as a pediatric surgeon.
Jacob spent most of the year fighting cancer. Now, he’s cancer-free, celebrating another birthday and excited to play sports again.
Our son was diagnosed with CPAM (congenital cystic pulmonary malformation). Today we are so grateful our son is happy and healthy.
Bowie and Finley’s parents knew they were fighters. Their mom shares their journey with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Stella was diagnosed with bronchopulmonary sequestration (BPS). At 5 months old she had surgery to remove the mass, and today she’s thriving.
What is the appendix, and why does it send so many people to the emergency room? Dr. Peter Yu, CHOC pediatric surgeon explains
The 7-month-old’s daily music therapy sessions in the NICU, conducted in tandem with occupational therapy, have helped her improve.
When Jordan started complaining of stomach pains, his family never imagined that he would undergo surgery at CHOC Hospital 24 hours later.
Despite genetic tests and a healthy pregnancy, Lizette’s baby was born with jejunal atresia, and underwent surgery at CHOC.