What is Pediatric Urology? And How Long Does It Look?
Pediatric urology examines many diseases such as kidneys and ureteral tubes of boys and girls from newborn to 18 years old.
We can define it as the science that examines the urinary tract system and the genital systems including the testis, prostate and penis in boys, and treats the diseases of these systems both medically and surgically.
Which Diseases Does Pediatric Urology Look For?
Kidney stones, childhood kidney tumors, congenital anomalies of the kidney, kidney infections, ureteropelvic junction (UP) stricture, Ureterovesical (UV) junction stenosis, ureter stones, bladder stones, tumors, neurogenic bladder, vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) in girls and boys, extrophy vesicale, in addition to these, hypospadias (prophetic circumcision), epispadias, undescended testis, hydrocele, and varicocele in childhood.