Pediatric Nephrology and Urology

Pediatric Nephrology is determined to treat children who are born with or develop kidney disorders or diseases associated with their kidneys, bladder, urethra or genitals. Definitive conditions include blood in the urine, blood pressure issues related to kidney efficiency, kidney stones, bladder problems, swelling, decreased kidney function,  and water retention issues, and urine infections. Because of the significant overlap in function and treatment, pediatric nephrologists and urologists often work closely together.  Conditions range from urinary tract obstructions and malformations of the genitals to dysfunctions such as bedwetting and incontinence, issues such as hernias and undescended testes, and urinary tract infections.

Auto Immune kidney disease
Chronic kidney disease
Transplantation
Urolithiasis
Bladder control problems
Hypospadias
Neurogenic bladder
Genitourinary traumas
Genitourinary malformations