Fewer episodes of acute exacerbation, hospitalization for respiratory problems and death occurred in patients who received this surgery.
The prognosis for a baby diagnosed for hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), isn’t good. But a new UW Medicine study may give parents hope.
After Casey Schorr developed epilepsy at age 12, his life was put on hold as the seizures became worse and medication, even at high doses, didn't help. The Spokane teen turned to a UW Medicine neurosurgeon.