Pediatric Urology Department

Diagnostic approach and treatment of urogenital disorders of children.

The Department

Of course, the diseases that occur most often and are observed both in boys and girls are urinal infections, vesicoureteral reflux and obstructive uropathies. Young boys often face usual genital abnormalities (phimosis, hydrocyst, inguinal hernia, cryptorchidism and hypospadias)

Pediatric Urology deals also with pre-birth counseling as regards the embryo in order to diagnose any diseases, such as congenital disorders of the urinal-reproductive system. Its goal is to inform the parents in order to handle appropriately any disorder. This whole process aims to minimize parents’ stress.

The Pediatric Urology Department is equipped with cutting-edge equipment (dedicated thin endoscopes and ureteroscopes) and the methods used are modern and pioneering (minimally invasive such as laparoscopy).

Pediatric & Adolescent Urinary Incontinence Clinic

The Clinic is part of MITERA Children’s Hospital Pediatric Urology Department and helps children with urinary bladder dysfunctions. These may include the following clinical problems: Daytime urinary incontinence (enuresis), nocturnal enuresis, recurrent urinary tract infections, vesicoureteral reflux, overactive bladder, stress incontinence, neurogenic bladder, which may cause temporary or permanent kidney damage if left untreated.

It is equipped with the most advanced technology for diagnosing and offering specific treatment plan, while its skilled staff offers state-of-the-art care for acquired and congenital problems, continuous training and support to children and their families.

A variety of services and resources are available, specialized exams may be performed at the Clinic, including urodynamic tests, which are a set of tests that assess lower urinary tract function. The aim of testing is to reproduce your child’ s voiding patterns to identify any underlying problem.