Researchers in the Division of Urology are actively involved in research to learn more about the long-term problems of infertility and testicular cancer.
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As part of the Multi-Institutional Bladder Exstrophy Consortium (MIBEC), a research group dedicated to improving outcomes for children with bladder exstrophy, CHOP is participating in a study that measures a number of outcomes variables, including quality of life, continence and body image.
Researchers in CHOP’s Division of Urology are exploring issues affecting the bladder by combining laboratory research with data about patients.
The goal of the Division of Urology's clinical research program is to better understand the natural history of some of the conditions we treat, as well as the outcomes for patients following our interventions.
Researchers in CHOP's Division of Urology are studying factors related to wound healing following hypospadias repair.
Find a list of recent publications about the evaluation and medical management of pediatric kidney stones by the staff of CHOP's Pediatric Kidney Stone Center.
Researchers at the Pediatric Kidney Stone Center are investigating stone recurrence in children and adolescents with the goal of improving treatment options and lowering recurrence rates.
Quality improvement efforts in the Division of Urology at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has proactively changed policies and practices to reach 100 percent use of ultrasound as the first imaging study for children with suspected kidney stones.