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Treating Adult Congenital Heart Patients at a Children’s Hospital

by Wilson Lam, MD on Wednesday, Nov 01, 2017

While it may sound unconventional, it is not uncommon for an adult patient to be treated at a children’s hospital. In the congenital heart disease community, this tends to be the case for a variety of reasons.

Below, Dr. Wilson Lam, a pediatric and adult cardiologist at Texas Children’s Hospital, discusses his patient, Jason, and his role in treating the tallest and oldest patient at Texas Children’s Hospital.

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