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Specialty Areas: Pediatric Urology and Transitional Urology

Pediatric Urology 

At Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, a specialized team of pediatric physicians and nurses provides treatment for patients pre-birth through early adulthood. We manage a full range of urological conditions, from common bedwetting issues to severe congenital disorders. 

Our experts draw upon innovative research and pioneering technology to ensure all children receive the best possible care. 

Learn more about pediatric urology at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. 

 

Transitional Urology 

Young adults with congenital urological conditions require long-term care to help protect their bladder and kidney function. Patients with spina bifida, disorders of sexual development, posterior urethral valves or bladder exstrophy are just some of the complex patients that may require continued urologic care as adults.  

Just as when you were young, regular urologic check-ups may be necessary to ensure you stay healthy. Noninvasive testing is preferred and available to ensure your bladder, kidney and sexual health are optimized. We offer state-of-the-art urodynamics testing to measure lower urinary tract function at the new procedure room in our Greenspring Station location.

Transitional Urology Experts 

Rely on the expertise of our physicians to help manage urinary incontinence and overactive bladder, and to keep your kidneys safe as you become an active adult. 

Our team has experience with management of augmented bladders, catheterizable channels and neuromodulation devices. 

 
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