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Pavilion for Women's Blog provides important perspective on women's health from the same voices that care for our patients at Texas Children's Pavilion for Women.
- My living champion: Fetoscopic surgery to repair spina bifida
- From Georgia to Houston: Our spina bifida fetal surgery journey
- What are the differences between the NICUs in the Pavilion for Women and West Tower?
- Placenta accreta: How our multidisciplinary team saves lives
- Meet our physicians: Dr. Susan Raine
- Dr. Lucy Puryear (11)
- Dr. Jennifer Dietrich (10)
- Dr. Nancy Hurst (7)
- Dr. Nina Ali (7)
- Jennifer Kurkowski (6)
- Dr. Steven Abrams (5)
- Dr. Laurie Swaim (4)
- Dr. Patricia G. Bondurant DNP, RN (4)
- Dr. Sina Haeri (3)
- Dr. Susan Raine (3)
- Texas Children's Pavilion for Women (3)
- Dr. Stephen Welty (3)
- Dr. Xiaoming Guan (3)
- Shelly Lopez Gray, Clinical Nurse Coordinator (3)
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As the recent news story of a Michigan teen hospitalized for Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) after prolonged tampon use circulates the internet, many parents and teens are now left wondering … Full Entry
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Do you ever feel like your medications, whether prescription or over-the-counter, aren’t providing the same benefits they used to? If you’re a woman facing menopause, estrogen may be to blame.