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    AMT G-JET button gastrojejunal tube (AMT G-Jet GJ-tube button) 3001

    A GJ tube is a feeding tube. It is placed through the stomach and goes into part of the small intestine, called jejunum. Learn how to use and care for the GJ tube.

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    AMT balloon button (balloon tube button or "button tube") 3002

    An AMT button is a button type gastrostomy feeding tube. It is held in place by a water balloon. Your child may have had a G-tube changed to an AMT button. Learn how to use and care for the AMT button.

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    Abusive head trauma (formerly Shaken Baby Syndrome) 1622

    Abusive head trauma is a type of child physical abuse. It is also called shaken baby syndrome. It can also come from being shaken, hit, thrown or slammed. Learn more about why this happens and how to prevent it.

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    Appointments form 4000

    Use this helpful fill-in form to keep track of important provider appointments.

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    Appointments form (Spanish)

    Use this helpful fill-in form to keep track of important provider appointments.

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    Arteriovenous fistula or graft 1046

    Arteriovenous fistulas and grafts are made for hemodialysis in order to filter the blood.

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    Arteriovenous fistula or graft (Spanish)

    Arteriovenous fistulas and grafts are made for hemodialysis in order to filter the blood.

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    Autism 1132

    ASD is believed to be a brain based disorder. It affects how a child talks, plays, learns, sleeps and acts. Learn more about autism and your child.

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    Autism (Spanish)

    ASD is believed to be a brain based disorder. It affects how a child talks, plays, learns, sleeps and acts. Learn more about autism and your child.

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    Benign rolandic epilepsy (BRE) 3030

    Children with BRE have partial seizures. Partial seizures are focal movements of the face, arms, or legs. These seizures may cause drooling and/or make your child unable to talk. A full body shaking seizure may follow. Learn how these seizures are diagnosed and treated.

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