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Dr. William G. Loudon M.D.

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    UCP-OC
  • Pediatric Neurosurgeon In Orange County and the Treating Physician
    Cade F.
  • Advisory Board Member
    STAND
  • | Advisory Board Member
    XCell-Center GmbH

Education

  • MD
  • PhD
  • M.D.
  • Ph.D. , Cancer Biology
    University of Texas
  • medical degree
    University of Texas at Houston
  • Ph.D. , tumor biology
57 Total References
Web References
UCP-OC: About Us
www.ucp-oc.org, 28 Feb 2014 [cached]
William Loudon, MD, PhD
Pediatric Neurosurgeon - CHOC Children's Hospital
CHOC Pressroom - CHOC Recommends Children Wear Helmets to Avoid Brain Injuries
www.choc.org, 7 Mar 2007 [cached]
"Parents many times find their child resists a helmet because of the 'uncool' factor," says CHOC neurosurgeon Dr. William Loudon.
jthf.org
www.jthf.org, 27 Nov 2007 [cached]
William G. Loudon, M.D., Phd
Dr. Loudon received his medical degree from University of Texas at Houston and his Ph.D. in Cancer Biology from University of Texas, M.D.Anderson Cancer Center.Dr. Loudon performed his pediatric neurosurgical residency at Medical College of Virginia and his post-doctoral fellowship at Massey Cancer Institute/ Medical College of Virginia.Dr. Loudon completed his pediatric neurosurgery fellowship at University of Pennsylvania/Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.Dr. Loudon's expertise is in brain tumors and currently works with the CHOC Neuroscience and CHOC Cancer Institute in the development of the brain tumor program.
Brain Surgery Helps Teen Recover From
choc.fmpdatabase.net, 29 April 2001 [cached]
Pediatric neurosurgeon William Loudon , M.D. , a member of the Pediatric Subspecialty Faculty at Children's Hospital of Orange County , was called in for a consultation.
As a result of the head injury she had suffered weeks earlier , Perla had a rather large chronic subdural hematoma.Essentially , this is a collection of blood that was severely pressing down on and deforming her brain , Dr. Loudon says.This was causing the headaches , nausea and vomiting..
After a physical exam and MRI scan to confirm the diagnosis , Perla was.admitted into CHOC that afternoon.Surgery was scheduled for the next day.
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In the operating room , Dr. Loudon drilled two small holes into Perla's.skull to access the area of her brain where the blood clot was.Then he used about three liters of saline solution to wash out the collected blood.The procedure took only about two hours.Perla went home two days later.
If Perla had not come in when she did , her symptoms would have only.gotten worse.Soon she would have found it difficult to walk , move her arms or talk because of the increasing pressure of the blood clot on her brain , Dr. Loudon says.Because she came in before it got that far , she did not require rehabilitation therapy after surgery..
In fact , Perla has emerged from her ordeal relatively unscathed.She has been able to resume normal physical activities without any restrictions.
Although Dr. Loudon did have to shave a small part of her head before.surgery , it easily hidden by her hair
And she knows it could have been much worse.She wasn't wearing a helmet , and the type of head injury she suffered is definitely the kind that should be immediately evaluated in an emergency room.
Any time a child has had a fall bad enough to knock them out in any way or to significantly alter their mental status , bring them in.Nausea , fatigue , lethargy , inconsolable crying , anything along those lines - not just a loss of consciousness - warrants a doctor's exam , Dr. Loudon says.And always wear a helmet.It is a very simple remedy for the problems you never see coming..
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF ORANGE COUNTYKids Health «ˆ Perla Hernandez/Sidebar on Razors/Helmet SafetyDRAFT I
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Dr. Loudon knows a lot about helmets and peer pressure because his.7-year-old daughter recently got a scooter , too.First , she had to promise to.wear a helmet every time she rode it.He made it very clear to her : no.helmet , no scooterAt that time , no one else on our block was wearing one.My daughter.wanted to know what to say if the other girls teased her about it.I said ,.'Tell them you wear it because your parents love you , ' he says.
UCP-OC: About Us
www.ucp-oc.org, 5 July 2011 [cached]
William Loudon, MD, PhD Pediatric Neurosurgeon - CHOC Children's Hospital
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