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Brain, Development and Behaviour (BDB) is an integrated clinical network providing assessment and consultative services for children 0-18 years old with complex developmental disabilities requiring a multidisciplinary approach, including but not exhaustively:

Obesity is recognized as chronic disease that affects over 10% of youth in Canada.

Our mission is to provide services to children and their families from a perspective of excellence and leadership in mental health, and to promote a culture of excellence, innovation, and continuing education. 

The division has an active ambulatory component, including the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Clinic, Chest Clinic, Tuberculosis Prophylaxis Program, Neuromuscular Clinic, Apnea Clinic, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Clinic, Infantile Respiratory Clinic and Home Ventilation Clinic.
The Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the MCH is the largest pediatric allergy practice in Canada.
 

Our service provides high-quality, evidence-based care from evaluation to investigation and medical and surgical treatments. 

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Clinical social workers help families cope with the stress of hospitali
The Neonatal Clinic provides developmental assessment and long term follow-up until school age of infants who require comprehensive, multidisciplinary coordination of care. These patients have potential developmental and medical sequelae associated with specific conditions that happened during the newborn period. 
Our department provides regular x-ray, fluoroscopy, CT Scanning, magnetic resonance, angiography, interventional procedures, ultrasound and nuclear medicine examinations by appointment and for emergency cases. The emergency x-ray room is open 24 hours a day to serve the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit.

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