Tetralogy of Fallot Treatment and Surgery at Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital
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You and your child are our focus of care at Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital. Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) is a congenital heart condition that our team of professionals is knowledgeable about and experienced in treating.
Our free Tetralogy of Fallot guide will help you learn more about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options for your child. You will learn more about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options for your child. TOF is a common heart defect in children and affects about 1,700 babies born in the United States each year. Children with TOF have heart structures that don't develop normally causing poor circulation. This guide will empower you to:
Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital's Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Diseases has an outstanding reputation for successfully and compassionately handling the most complex cases of congenital heart disease.
Our congenital heart surgeons are internationally recognized for their extensive experience in repairing all heart defects. Additionally, our pediatric cardiologists have pioneered and tested catheter techniques that correct congenital heart defects without surgery. They are widely consulted about prenatal diagnoses and offer interventions that allow continued development in the womb.