Cardiovascular Connective Tissue Disorders Program

US News - Stanford Children's HealthThe Cardiovascular Connective Tissue Disorders Program at Stanford Children’s Health is a multidisciplinary program that diagnoses, educates and treats patients with connective tissue disorders such as Marfan, Williams and Loeys-Dietz syndromes. Symptoms of vascular or heart failure are often the first indicators of a connective tissue disorder in young patients. Connective tissue disorders can also affect the skeletal system, joints, teeth and eyes.

Our program assembles top pediatric specialists in these and other areas to provide coordinated care for patients with connective tissue disorders, including specialists from:

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