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Pediatric Ventriculomegaly

Pediatric ventriculomegaly is a condition in which a fetus's brain ventricles (cavities) are abnormally enlarged. Ventriculomegaly may be mild or severe. Symptoms and treatment vary by its severity.


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    Departments that Treat Ventriculomegaly

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    The Zickler Family Prenatal Pediatrics Institute

    The Zickler Family Prenatal Pediatrics Institute at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D.C., provides specialized care for babies during pregnancy, delivery and after birth.