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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.
The Urology Clinic cares for children with problems involving the genitourinary system. Generally, these include congenital anomalies of the kidney, ureter, bladder, inguinal region and male and female genitalia, as well as urinary tract infections. Specific conditions treated include renal masses, ureteropelvic junction obstruction, vesicoureteral reflux, injuries to the genitourinary system, undescended testes, hydroceles, patent processus vaginalis and hypospadias.
We understand that seeking treatment for a urological disorder can be stressful. Our Urology team provides families with every resource possible to make their treatment easier. Here’s what you can expect.
If you’re visiting the Urology Clinic, you may have been referred by your child’s primary pediatrician. We will have background on your child, but will appreciate any context you can provide.
Arkansas Children’s Urology Services makes it a priority to provide volumes and outcomes to our patients, families, and providers. We track our outcomes to improve the care we provide. Our board certified, fellowship-trained Urologist performs over 1,300 operations per year and provide care for children through more than 7,500 visits for urologic treatment.
Over the past 6 years, Urology Services has performed 564 first and second-degree hypospadias surgeries with a 6.4% complication rate and 108 third-degree hypospadias surgeries with a 22.2% complication rate.
1st and 2nd Degree
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