August 23rd, 2013 | It’s a common childhood complaint: stomach ache. As a parent, it can be frustrating to know whether it’s just part of growing up, or if it’s a more serious disease or issue with abdominal organs. So when should you call the doctor about your child’s stomach ache? Here’s what you need to know about possible causes… Continue Reading
The Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health Pediatric Liver Program provides expert diagnosis and management of children with a variety of liver diseases. Rapid and efficient evaluation of infants with jaundice can be accomplished within this program. Studies are underway for treatment of chronic viral hepatitis B and chronic hepatitis C.
We have a special interest in metabolic liver disease and work closely with the Division of Metabolism. The Division offers families a pediatric liver support group, which meets quarterly, as well as a liver library for the use of patients and families. A variety of seminars for nurses, physicians in training and staff physicians are offered and educational materials are being developed.
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Call us at 317.944.3774 or fax us at 317.944.8521.