Case Study: Newborn Sex Determination After Incorrect Initial Assignment
Incorrect sex assignment at a birth hospital complicated one family’s experience with their newborn’s ambiguous genitalia diagnosis.
Partial Kidney Removal Unnecessary for Certain Duplex Anomalies
Study shows ureteroureterostomy may provide a safe and effective alternative to partial kidney removal for poorly functioning duplicate abnormalities.
“Sharing” Appendix Allows Joint Urology and Colorectal Surgery
A coordinated, two-in-one surgery corrects incontinence in a young spina bifida patient.
Technique Simplifies Surgery for Concealed Penis and Reduces Scarring
A new approach developed at Nationwide Children’s offers urologists an easier method for correcting many types of penoscrotal webbing with a better cosmetic outcome than other methods.
Colorectal Cancer Screening and the Pediatric Subspecialist
Lynch syndrome in pediatrics: What is the role of pediatric subspecialist in cancer screening?
Urinary Tract Beta Defensin vs. E. Coli
While researching the role of beta defensin-1 against E. coli in the lower urinary tract, scientists identified two other defensins.
Case Snapshot: Robot-Assisted Mitrofanoff and Sling for Spina Bifida
Robot-assisted surgery allows appendicovesicostomy, sling and tube cecostomy procedures with minimal incisions and pain.
Regulating Urinary Tract Sterility
The discoverers of the potent antimicrobial peptide, RNase 7, further our understanding of the urinary tract’s self-protection.
Predicting Kidney Damage Risk
Studies of the megabladder mouse model could help researchers predict the severity of urinary tract obstruction in children.
Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery Offers Less-Invasive Treatment
Advanced robotics technology gives surgeons greater precision, dexterity and visualization than conventional laparoscopic tools.