Cleveland Clinic Children’s Center for Pediatric Urology and Center for Pediatric Nephrology work together to develop treatment plans for children
In the pediatric urology community, biofeedback is often recommended for treatment of urinary issues, but there’s not a lot of evidence to support its efficacy. Cleveland Clinic nurses conducted a small study to take a closer look.
It was a classic case of an incidental finding on CT. A scan for appendicitis revealed two renal neoplasms in a 12-year-old. Urologists, geneticists, radiologists and the family team up to determine the best course.
New Glickman Urological Pediatric Incontinence clinic at Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute serves children who continue to suffer from nocturnal enuresis into their teen years.
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A patient with complete androgen insensitivity syndrome receives functional vagina after Cleveland Clinic surgeons fashion neovagina from a sigmoid segment.
This profile of a successful kidney transplant case illustrates the value of classic clinical sleuthing even when standard screening for pediatric kidney disease raises no flags.
Cleveland Clinic’s first robot-assisted pediatric partial nephrectomy shows that in addition to reconstructive procedures or reimplants in the pediatric population, extirpative robotic procedures are a safe option.
Why is Cleveland Clinic Children’s one of only 21 U.S. facilities recognized for top care in all 10 specialties ranked by U.S. News in its “Best Children’s Hospitals” 2015-16? Here’s one reason for each specialty ranked.
More studies are needed to learn about the controversial practice of preoperative androgen stimulation, which is used to temporarily increase phallic size to reduce complications from surgical repair of hypospadias.
An individualized approach to pediatric vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) considers history of renal scarring and risk of VUR to guide diagnostic study. This strategy may reduce the number of unnecessary voiding cystourethrograms