There are a variety of disorders that affect the structure and function of a child's genitourinary tract, ranging from congenital (present at birth) structural abnormalities to acquired problems such as urinary tract infections.
The Center for Pediatric Urology at “Urologist” delivers complete care for both routine and complex kidney, bladder and genitourinary issues in infants, children and adolescents.
We are proud of our Pediatric Urologists. We provide exceptional treatment for children with urological conditions such as circumcisions, anomalies of the kidney, vesicoureteral reflux and obstructions of the urinary tract, anomalies of the penis and urethra, disorders and anomalies of the testes, enuresis and anomalies of the bladder.
Not only do we treat all of the most common issues, such as recurrent urinary tract infection, incontinence and genital and urinary anomalies, the urologists offer leading edge care for acquired and congenital issues.
Diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of dysfunctional urinary disorders in children including:
• Primary and nocturnal enuresis (bed wetting)
• Ureteropelvic junction obstructions (UPJO)
• Congenital renal abnormalities
• Vesicoureteral reflux
• Undescended testis
• Diurnal enuresis
• Stone disease
Complete urodynamic testing is available. A full range of inpatient and outpatient surgical services, including minimally invasive techniques such as laparoscopy, robotics, and endourologic stone management, are available for children with urologic, genital, and neurovesical disorders.
A Pediatric urologist treats male children with reproductive tract issues as well as males and females with urinary tract ailments. Urinary tract infections are the most common urological issue in children, though our pediatric doctors also deal with. malformations or obstructions of the urinary system.
With the amazing advances in imaging technologies, it’s possible to discover urological issues even before a child is born. If such an issue is discovered of a child still in the womb, our urologists and the neonatologists work together to create a therapeutic plan for the parents.