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Pediatric Urology Programs and Services

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Pediatric Female Genital and Vaginal Reconstruction

Sometimes during pregnancy, certain tissues and structures don’t fully form while the baby is still in the mother’s uterus. A female infant might be born with a vagina that is not fully formed, or she might have an extra uterus.

Pediatric Kidney Disorders

Duplex Kidney, Hydronephrosis, Horseshoe Kidney, Multicystic Dysplastic Kidney, Ureteropelvic Junction (UPJ) Obstruction, Ureterovesical Junction (UVJ) Obstruction

Pediatric Male Genital Reconstruction

A boy might be born with a penis that is formed incorrectly. Some conditions can cause problems with your son’s urinary and reproductive functions and others cause problems with appearance. Often, surgery can correct the problem.

Prenatal Care

Advances in prenatal care have improved the detection of problems in fetal development, including urologic disorders. If your unborn child has a urologic disorder, the Children’s Urology Center team can work with specialists in prenatal and newborn care to diagnose and treat the problem as soon as possible.

Pediatric Spina Bifida and Neurogenic Bladder Center

Conditions such as spina bifida can affect how well the nerves in the spinal cord control your child’s bladder and the flow of urine. If the nerves don’t work as they should, your child may have a neurogenic bladder.

Pediatric Bladder and Urinary Tract Dysfunction

If your child has a problem with voiding, or draining wastes and fluids from the body, you can rest assured that our nationally recognized team will help you and your child manage the problem.

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