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The Division of Pediatric Urology offers diagnostic evaluation and surgical treatment for children with genitourinary disorders, including but not limited to:
Our experts offer a full range of inpatient and outpatient surgical services, including minimally invasive and robotic techniques for conditions including:
Our division is a national leader in providing minimally invasive urologic surgical options for an array of urological conditions. Reconstructive and extirpative techniques can be accomplished laparoscopically, robotically, and endoscopically. Common conditions treated by these modalities include UPJO, duplication abnormalities, reflux disease, and complex stone disease.
Along with our nephrology and nutrition colleagues, we are one of the few pediatric urology divisions in the country that offer a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of pediatric stone disease.
DSD, formerly termed “intersex conditions,” often require complex surgical reconstruction in addition to input from endocrinologists and psychiatrists. UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh is one of the few pediatric hospitals offering a multidisciplinary DSD clinic.
Our multidisciplinary Spina Bifida Clinic currently follows more than 400 patients and offers state-of-the-art reconstructive urologic surgery and ongoing care.
The UTI Center at Children’s Hospital takes a multidisciplinary approach to addressing and investigating pediatric urinary tract infections (UTI). This creates a unique setting for providing the highest level of clinical care and research. A resource for families and clinical partners, the Center focuses on UTI and the related conditions of vesicoureteral reflux and bladder and bowel dysfunction. With more than two decades of experience caring for children with UTI, our nationally-recognized researchers have changed common practices for treating UTI, improving the lives of children in the process.
The Division of Pediatric Urology is involved in a number of research studies, listed below.