The Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center, part of Michigan Medicine, offers comprehensive fetal diagnostic and treatment services, utilizing the latest technological advances in diagnostics, minimally invasive surgeries and open surgeries to best care for a pregnant mother carrying a fetus with a birth defect
Medical Services related to Lung Malformations
Minimally invasive surgery is a special way of performing surgery using smaller instruments and smaller incisions than traditional surgical methods. The goal of minimally invasive surgery is to perform operations through very small incisions a mere fraction of the size of the incisions used in traditional surgery with equal or superior clinical outcomes and less impact on a child’s body and organs.
At the University of Michigan, we want to make pregnancy as enjoyable and routine as possible, while providing our patients comprehensive and compassionate care.
The Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine is a specialized, nationally-recognized group of neonatologists who provide care to newborn infants at the Holden Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) - a Level IV NICU as designated by the American Academy of Pediatrics.