Crohn’s Disease and the Need for Continued Research

Categories: Gastroenterology, Patient Families
Miriam is finally making progress managing her illness thanks to Connecticut Children's Division of Gastroenterology
Signs and symptoms of Crohn’s disease, a type of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), can range from mild to severe. Symptoms usually develop gradually, but can come on suddenly without warning. While Crohn’s sufferers may experience periods of remission, when it’s active, they know it. Symptoms can run the gamut from diarrhea, fever and fatigue to …

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Twenty Years and Counting… Connecticut Children’s Heart Program Still Growing

Categories: Division News, The Heart Beat (Cardiology)
Pediatric Cardiology at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center has undergone tremendous growth and transformation over the last 20 years. When the hospital first opened its doors in 1996, we were a private practice group of four pediatric cardiologists and one nurse, renting office space on the second floor of the hospital. Each doctor performed his own …

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