The Texas Fetal Center is a leader in providing diagnosis, treatment and complete care for mothers with high-risk pregnancies and babies with congenital anomalies or genetic conditions.
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- Our experience, rankings and history of firsts
- Prenatal testing and interventions
- Maternal fetal medicine consultation
The Texas Fetal Center Team is a multi-specialty group of medical experts and care coordinators brought together to provide the most comprehensive care for mothers and their babies.
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The Texas Fetal Center is the leader in treating rare congenital anomalies and genetic conditions including:
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Diagnostics and Treatment
The center offers a complete range of prenatal testing and interventions with a coordinated program for mother and child before, during and after birth. The team of experts will develop a tailored, comprehensive plan of care for both mom and her babies.
Each consultation will include an enhanced ultrasound to help determine key indicators for high risk conditions. In addition, a personalized consultation with a certified genetic counselor will be scheduled to identify inherited risk factors. Equally important to the consultation process is a personalized nutrition plan created by a registered dietitian. Once these tests and assessments have been completed, the parents will meet with a maternal fetal medicine expert to review results and outline a plan of care.
The Center offers the full spectrum of fetal therapies, including complex open fetal surgery and laser photocoagulation for TTTS.
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Phone: (832) 325-7288
Toll free: (888) 818-4818
The Texas Fetal Center, located in the Texas Medical Center, is a collaboration between Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital and The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. The center is a national leader in research studies, being one of only eight centers nationally to be included in the NICHD Network. Current research includes:
- Regenerative Stem Cell Therapies
- Diaphragmatic Hernia
- Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
For more information about the Texas Fetal Center, please call (832) 325-7288.