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Urology Treatment Information
Our pediatric urology team provides care based on current medical guidelines and your family’s preferences. Diagnostic and treatment options include:
- Surgery. Our board-certified urologists have completed specialized training in pediatric urologic surgery and have expertise in a wide range of minimally invasive surgery (including robotic surgery), reconstructive surgery and other procedures.
- Endoscopic surgery. Our pediatric urologists pass long, thin cameras into the bladder and ureters without making incisions, allowing careful examination of these organs to help diagnose and treat certain urologic conditions. These procedures are used to treat kidney stones.
- Imaging. Urologists observe the anatomy and function of the urinary system using a variety of imaging techniques, including ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine scans, computed tomography (CT), voiding cystourethrogram and simple X-ray.
- Urodynamic testing. This type of testing, sometimes supported by imaging techniques, involves direct observation of how well the bladder, sphincters and urethra hold and release urine.
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Urology Support Services
Information on urologic conditions that affect children is available from national organizations. The following resources help families to understand urologic conditions, select treatments and find local support.
A Sampling of Urology Support Services
This resource from the American Academy of Pediatrics provides information on pediatric urology and other medical specialties and conditions.
Urology Care Foundation
The website for this organization, which is the foundation of the American Urological Association, contains information on numerous urology topics including conditions and treatments relevant to children.