Pregnant Women With BMI Above 35 Eligible For Fetal Myelomeningocele Repair Study
Increase in prenatal diagnoses leads St. Louis Fetal Care Institute to try new approach
Do moms who had fetal surgery still need to have activity restrictions?
March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards
Join us Oct. 5 for the Fetal Care Institute Reunion
A Ray of Sunshine
Parents build awareness about twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Five years of providing the best fetal care and surgery under the sun.
Giving Babies a Chance To Breathe
In honor of Omphalocele Awareness Day on Jan. 31, 2014
St. Louis Fetal Care Institute Launches Hysterotomy Research Study
A innovative fetal surgery at the St. Louis Fetal Care Institute gave Aiden and Blake the chance at life.
St. Louis Fetal Care Institute receives grant from Saigh Foundation
Turning Grief Into Giving
2013 Fetal Care Institute Reunion
Twenty-Second fetal surgery on April 22 may help baby walk after birth
CDH Awareness Walk Saturday, April 20
FCI doctors use new method to treat life threatening fetal lung masses before birth
The best choice for the Rowes was to wait until after their baby arrived to have MMC surgery.
Cuddle care can reduce a baby's pain and stress.
Watch a video news story of a recent surgey we did to treat a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia.
Hear about recent research, case studies and tips for expecting parents.
Watch a recent Fox2 news story about a patient we performed fetal surgery on for TTTS.
Charlie had the first fetal surgery at the St. Louis Fetal Care Institute.
Aiden and Adrian had TTTS fetal surgery
Billy was the first one to have fetal laser surgery for BPS in the U.S.
Jaelyn was born via an EXIT procedure at SSM Cardinal Glennon
Stephen had fetal spina bifida repair surgery.
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