The pediatric urology department at Dayton Children’s specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the genitalia and the urinary tract in infants, toddlers and adolescents. We evaluate and treat a wide variety of conditions including atypical genitalia, recurrent urinary tract infections and voiding dysfunction.
Our surgeons are experts at minimally invasive surgery. Conditions such as UPJ obstruction and vesicoureteral reflux may be managed laparoscopically. Ureteroscopy laser lithotripsy is also routinely performed for kidney stones. In addition, the spinal anesthesia program allows for many common surgeries to be performed without general anesthesia, minimizing the use of systemic medicines.
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conditions we treat
Most of the time, a circumcision is done during the first 10 days after a baby is born. Sometimes circumcisions are done much later.Learn more
vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) is found in 30%-50% of kids diagnosed with a UTI.Learn more
urinary & bladder infections
Does your child have painful or frequent urination? How can you tell if your child has a urinary or bladder infection or is it something else?Learn more