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The Department of Pediatric Urology provides expert care for children in the Rocky Mountain region with congenital and acquired urologic conditions. These conditions include problems with the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra and genitalia.
We provide expert diagnosis, testing, medical consultation and surgery for the full range of pediatric urological conditions of the bladder, kidney and genitalia. As a parent, it is important for you to know that our pediatric doctors, nurses and technicians are specially trained to explain these procedures to your child and help him or her feel as comfortable as possible during their tests.
Bringing your child to the Department of Pediatric Urology at Children's Colorado ensures that you and your child will be cared for by experienced and knowledgeable team members who are willing to take the time to visit with you, answer your questions and provide you with the knowledge to make informed decisions.
Extensive use of noninvasive diagnostic testing and minimally invasive surgery, including laparoscopy (a robot assisted surgery), minimizes a child’s discomfort and results in smaller scars.
Collaboration among experts in pediatric surgery, orthopedics, neonatology, oncology, nephrology, genetics, neurosurgery, endocrinology, rehabilitation and adolescent gynecology allows us to care for complex, multi-system disorders.
Children’s Colorado offers a variety of clinics, for all types of urologic conditions in children. The Bedwetting and Enuresis (BE) Program cares for children with conditions such as day wetting, nighttime wetting and recurrent urinary tract infections. Our experts also participate in the following multidisciplinary clinics:
The Department of Pediatric Urology is committed to ongoing research. We are continually updating and evaluating our research interests.
To make our urology services and care more convenient for families, we provide services at various locations in the Denver metro area.