Children's Hospital Colorado

Conditions and Symptoms

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    Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of pediatric Vulvovaginitis (irritation of vulva/vagina) from our Pediatric Gynecology Center.

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    WAGR Syndrome in Children

    Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of WAGR syndrome in children.

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    Does your child have warts? Learn more about the causes & treatments for warts, including home remedies & prevention from Children's Hospital Colorado.

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    Learn about the causes, symptoms & treatment of wheezing in babies & children. See how our breathing institute can provide full care for your child.

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    Wheezing (Other Than Asthma)

    Learn about the causes of wheezing without Asthma in children, which includes bronchitis, foreign bodies & more. Know the signs & treatment options.

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    Whooping Cough (Pertussis)

    Whooping Cough (Pertussis) is a contagious infection that mostly affects infants and children. Learn about the symptoms, vaccine and treatment today.

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    Wilms Tumor in Children

    Wilms tumor, also known as nephroblastoma, is a malignant (cancerous) tumor found in the kidney. Learn more about this pediatric kidney cancer, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.

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    Wilson Disease

    Wilson disease is a genetic syndrome that results in an inability to properly metabolize and process copper. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.

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    Wound Infection

    Is your child's wound infected? Learn about the causes, signs & treatments for Wound Infections in children & teens from Children's Hospital Colorado.

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    X&Y Chromosome Variations

    Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of X&Y (Sex) Chromosome variations. See how our eXtraordinarY Kids Clinic can help.

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    Zika Virus

    Learn more from our specialists about the Zika virus during pregnancy including signs that you may be infected, and resources to get the care you need.