Molly Fuchs, MD

A High Risk of Urological Diagnosis in Anorectal Malformations

A recent presentation underscores the importance of consulting urologists in the earliest stages of care.


Acid Suppression Should Not Be the First Treatment for Infants With Reflux

Although common, the use of acid suppression medication lacks evidence and could cause adverse effects.

Heart and Lungs

Current Pediatric Lung Transplant Trends

CF patients are more often requiring lung transplants later in life while there is a growing trend in children with refractory ARDS needing transplants.

DMD patient

Endocrinology Considerations in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

While endocrinologists are not always part of a core DMD treatment team, their expertise is necessary, especially in handling the effects of long-term glucocorticoid therapy.

Seth Alpert, MD

Frequently Asked Pediatric Urology Questions From Primary Care Providers

What is the most appropriate antibiotic for a urinary tract infection? When does a patient with penile adhesions need to be referred? Seth Alpert, MD, pediatric urologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, addresses these and other common concerns.

Still of Animation

How do Babies With Single Ventricles Fare Between Stage 1 and 2 Hybrid Palliation?

The world’s busiest hybrid palliation team is working to improve outcomes by analyzing what happens between surgeries, including readmissions and other serious events.

Kevin Klingele

Predicting Subsequent Hip Slips in Children Using MRI

Many children with unilateral slipped capital femoral epiphysis actually have bilateral disease.

Daryl J. McLeod, MD, and John David Spencer, MD

Urology/Nephrology Combined Clinic Offers Benefits for Patients, Physicians and Researchers

A highly specialized clinic provides efficient care for patients with rare or complicated urinary tract conditions and offers patients, clinicians and researchers a win-win-win scenario.