Conditions We Treat

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Ambiguous Genitalia

Ambiguous genitalia is a disorder of sex development in which a baby's external genitalia do not look typically male or female or do not match the baby's expected gender based on chromosome information.

Bedwetting (Nocturnal Enuresis)

Nocturnal enuresis is wetting while asleep in children 5 years of age and older. A child with nocturnal enuresis wets only during sleep and urinates normally when awake.

Bladder Exstrophy

Bladder exstrophy is a rare disorder that occurs early in fetal development. The bladder does not develop normally and is exposed through an opening in the abdominal wall.

Care of the Uncircumcised Penis

As your son begins to toilet train, you need to teach him how to retract his foreskin and eventually how to clean underneath it when the foreskin has completely separated.

Cloacal Exstrophy

A child with cloacal exstrophy is born with many inner-abdominal structures exposed.


Constipation occurs when stools move too slowly through the colon and fluid is absorbed by the body. This makes stool hard.

Daytime Wetting (Urinary Incontinence)

Urinary incontinence refers to the leakage of urine. There are many reasons your child may wet during the day and our team will help you develop a treatment plan to keep your child dry.

Duplex Kidney

duplex kidney illustration

Children with a duplex kidney (also called a duplicated collecting system) have two ureters coming from a single kidney.

Ectopic Ureter

ectopic ureter illustration

An ectopic ureter does not connect to the bladder as it should, and drains somewhere outside of the bladder.