September 23, 2021
Pediatric urologists at UT Southwestern Pediatric Group at Plano offer excellence in pediatric urologic evaluation and treatment. U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital 2021-2022 list ranks our pediatric urology program No. 14 in the nation.
UT Southwestern’s specialists have advanced training in treating children with conditions affecting the kidney, bladder, urethra, and genitalia. Our team is known for treatments such as hypospadias repair and robotic surgery for the kidney and bladder, as well as traditional urologic surgery for common conditions such as undescended testicles. We also have a robust outpatient program for dysfunctional voiding, enuresis, and urinary tract infections.
We use the most advanced technology to provide compassionate and comprehensive care for each patient.
We specialize in treating:
- Absence of vagina or inadequate vaginal length
- Ambiguous genitalia
- Androgen insensitivity syndrome (AIS)
- Bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis)
- Bladder exstrophy
- Bladder stones
- Caudal regression syndrome
- Cloacal abnormality
- Cloacal exstrophy
- Concealed or buried penis
- Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH)
- Congenital penile curvature (chordee)
- Congenital penile torsion
- Cystinuria (inherited kidney stone disorder)
- Daytime wetting urinary incontinence
- Duplex kidney
- Duplicated uterus and/or vagina
- Ectopic ureter
- Epididymal cyst spermatocele
- Gonadal dysgenesis
- Hematuria (blood in urine)
- Horseshoe kidney
- Inguinal hernia (groin)
- Labial adhesions
- Meatal stenosis
- Multicystic dysplastic kidney
- Nephrolithiasis (kidney and ureteral stones)
- Neurogenic bladder
- Obstructed hemivagina and ipsilateral renal anomaly (OHVIRA) (Herlyn-Werner-Wunderlich Syndrome)
- Penile lesions
- Persistent cloaca
- Persistent genitourinary sinus
- Polycystic kidney disease (PKD)
- Posterior urethral valves (PUV)
- Prenatal hydronephrosis
- Prune belly syndrome (Eagle-Barrett syndrome)
- Recurrent urinary tract infections (UTI)
- Retractile testicles
- Spina bifida (Myelomeningocele)
- Spinal cord injury
- Testicular torsion
- Tethered cord
- Torsion of the appendix testis and appendix epididymis
- Undescended testes (Cryptorchidism - UDT)
- Ureteropelvic junction obstruction (UPJO)
- Ureterovesical junction obstruction (UVJ)
- Urethral prolapse
- Urethral stricture
- Urinary tract infections (UTI)
- Urinary urgency and or frequency
- Urogenital sinus
- Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR)
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Preparing for Your Appointment
To make the most of your time with the doctor, prepare a list of questions ahead of time and bring it to your appointment.
On the day of the appointment, please arrive 20 minutes early to allow time for parking and registration. We do our best to see patients at their scheduled appointment time.
Please bring the following items:
- Current insurance card
- Method of payment
- Current medications
- Completed paperwork, if you received forms before the visit
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Canceling an Appointment
If you need to cancel an appointment, please notify us at least 48 hours in advance so we can accommodate other patients.
Prescriptions and Refills
It is very important that your child does not run out of their medication. Be sure that you have sufficient refills to last until your next appointment. We are happy to provide you with a written prescription upon request.
If you run out of refills, please call your pharmacy, and your pharmacist will fax a refill request to us. Please allow us 24 to 48 hours to process refill requests.