- Urinary Bladder Diseases
- Kidney Diseases
- Urinary System Diseases
- Penis Diseases
- Testis Diseases
- Voiding Diseases and Incontinence
- Adult Urology
Testis not palpated or located in the scrotum can best be treated with surgery around 1 year of age with a hidden small 1 cm incision with a 98% success. Laparoscopy can be done in more severe cases. Laparoscopy and da Vinci Surgery Robot can also be used in cases with a very high success.
Small, Short, Hidden and Curved Penis
Small and short penis can be legthened and augmented with surgery in children. Obese children may have hidden penis and it can be advanced out of the prepubic fat surgically. Curved penis can be treated with a day case surgery with 95% success. All penile surgeries are strictly done by using Surgical Microscopes. All patients can take a bath after 48 hours following operation.
Circumcision can performed at any age with no stitches or with stitches free of dressing safely. Children can wear diapers or underpats right after circumcision. We expect bathing at 48 hours after circumcision.
Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR)
Vesicoureteral reflux can be reason for renal failure. Vesicoureteral reflux can be treated with a day case endoscopic surgery with a 90% success. Failed or difficult vesicoureteral reflux cases can be treated with short hospitalization by using da Vinci Surgery Robot or Surgical Microscopes.
Posterior Urethral Valve (PUV)
Posterior urethral valve can be a reason of renal failure or urinary incontinence. Posterior urethral valve can be terated endoscopically with a day case endoscopic surgery with a 99% success.
Ureterocele may cause urinary tract infections and renal loss. Ureterocele can be treated with endoscopic surgery with %95 success. Complicated ureterocele or duplication or obstructed megaureter surgeries can be done with short hospital and short urethral catheter time by using da Vinci Robot and Surgical Microscopes.
Prenatal hydronephrosis is a very common symptom during pregnancy ultrasounds. It can be due to ureteropelvic junction obstruction, vesicoureteral reflux, ureterocele and posterior urethral valve. All newborns with prenatal hydronephrosis should be evaluated with serial ultrasounds, voiding cystourethtaphy and nuclear scans such as MAG3 or DMSA.
Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction (UPJ)
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction is a very common kidney disease. It can be treated laparoscopical and using da Vinci Robot Technology with a 90% success rate. Open surgery is a 4 cm incision minimally invasive surgery witha short hospitalization period. Failed surgeries can also be treated with a high success.
Hydrocele is fluid accumaltion in the testis coverimg layers and should be surgically corrected by using surgical microscopes at the age of 2 years. It is a day case surgery with a 1 cm incision and 99% success.
Hypospadias is a very common disease 1 in 250 births. It can be corrected with a day case surgery by using surgical microscopes with a high succes rate. Failed hypospadias cases can also be treated with tissue grafting and multiple stage surgeries with very good functional and cosmetic results.
Center for Pediatric Urology
Diagnosis and treatment for urologic diseases in children and babies
Urinary tract infections, Kidney stones, Urinary stones, Voiding Dysfunction, Undescended Testis, Short Penis, Small Penis, Hidden Penis, Penis Curvature, Penis Legthening, Circumcision and Circumcision Complication Treatment, Prenatal Hydronephrosis, Kidney Dilatation, Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction, UPJ, Kidney Outlet Stricture, Bed Wetting, Enuresis.
Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), Posterior Urethral Valve (PUV), Megaureter, Ureterovesical Junction Obstruction (UVJ), Ureterocele, Duplication, Double Kidney, Hydrocele, Varicocele, Labial Adhesion, Hypospadias, Urethral Stricture, Spina Bifida, Urinary Incontinence, Neurogenic Bladder, Biofeedback, Botox Injection, Extrophy Vesica, Epispadias, Urethroplasty, Buccal Graft.
Laparoscopy, Laparoscopic Surgery, da Vinci Robot Surgery, Laser Surgery, Surgical Microscope, Microscopic Surgery, Deflux, Dexell, Bulking agent, ESWL, Stone lithotripsy.