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Pediatric Urology Care for Infants & Children

At University Children's Health, we are dedicated and committed to the care of infants and children with genitourinary problems. Our team of physicians and advanced-care providers offers advanced diagnostic and treatment methods for a variety of urological problems.

University Hospital's experience in pediatric kidney and organ transplantation is also ranked among the nation's best and is recognized as a Center of Excellence


Our team of physicians offers advanced diagnostic and treatment methods for a variety of urological problems including new methods in bladder augmentation, which is a treatment needed by some children to make their bladders larger.

We offer advanced care for many types of genitourinary conditions in both infants and children.

Additionally, our physicians specialize in new techniques to combat the most common pediatric urological cancers including:

  • Nueroblastoma - A solid and rare cancerous tumor that develops in the adrenal glands of infants and children.
  • Wilms' Tumor - Also known as nephroblastoma, this form of cancer is rare and caused by genetic mutation.  It usually occurs in children between the ages of 2-5 as well as adolescents. Wilms' tumor has a 90% cure rate-one of the highest of all childhood cancer.
  • Testicular Cancer - Though usually rare in children, it is however the most common cancer in adolescents and young men between the ages of 15-35.


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