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'Virtual autopsy' examines 500-year-old Peruvian mummy
This natural mummy of a child, dating back to approximately 1450 AD, was found in Lupo, Peru. The child's body was not intentionally mummified. Instead, the body desiccated in hot, dry conditions. Experts at Cincinnati Children's performed two CT scans in January to learn more about how the child lived and died. Read more. View Museum Center photos.
By the time he was a teenager, Jacob was gaining 100 pounds a year. At his heaviest, he was 6-foot-5 and 707 pounds. And he was just 15.Watch a video »
First-of-its-kind device supports new study of infants with cerebral palsy and brachial plexus injuries. Read More »
Pancreatic disorders are widely misunderstood and can be difficult to diagnose.READ MORE »
As Fontan procedures help more children with heart disease reach adulthood, many will need special care to address circulation issues as they age.READ MORE »
Located inside the NICU and built for babies, this device provides vital images while minimizing the risks involved in moving vulnerable infants.READ MORE »
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