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Children statewide have access to comprehensive outpatient care through the Urology Clinic. Our clinic sees patients in several locations: Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas Children's Northwest in Springdale, and at the regional clinic in Jonesboro.
The Urodynamic Laboratory tests various urinary tract abnormalities including neurogenic bladder, voiding difficulties, incontinence, and bed-wetting.
For patients with a need for specialized care by Urology and Nephrology, we provide a combined service clinic to save our patients and families additional trips for multiple appointments.
Compassion is the cornerstone of our program for children with diagnoses related to sexual development. Arkansas Children’s is committed to offering genuine support in a nurturing environment for these patients.
Bedwetting is a common, treatable issue that most children go through and eventually outgrow. But if they continue to have accidents at night as they get older, typically around 6 years old, it’s time to take them to a doctor for evaluation and treatment.
Baby boys, young boys and teenagers, can have a unique set of urological challenges that generally have no lasting effects if treated early