Pediatric urology is a medical subspecialty concerned with the disorders of children's genitals or urinary tract. Pediatric urologists offer care for both boys and girls from infants, to adolescents.
Pediatric urologists are medical doctors who must complete
• At least 4 years of medical school
• 1 to 2 years of surgical residency
• At least 4 additional years of residency in general urology
• 1 to 3 years of additional fellowship training in pediatric urology
Pediatric Urologists treat various conditions and disorders associated with reproductive organs and testes, which include bladder control problems, undescended testes, hypospadias, epispadias, chordee, bladder and kidney stones, minor malformations of the penis, phimosis, antenatal hydronephrosis, neurogenic bladder, urinary obstruction and vesicoureteral reflux, kidney cancers, repair of genitourinary trauma, birth defects and genitourinary malformations.