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A pediatric urologist diagnoses and treats pathologies of the genitourinary system in children and adolescents (girls and boys).

The most common urological pathologies in children are:

  • anomalies in the development of the genitourinary system;
  • cystitis (inflammation of the bladder);
  • pyelonephritis (inflammation of the kidney);
  • hydronephrosis (accumulation of urine in the kidney due to outflow disorder);
  • enuresis (urinary incontinence, usually nocturnal);
  • uric acid diathesis (sabulous urine);
  • diverticulum of the bladder or other organs;
  • synechia (fusion of the foreskin with the glans penis in boys);
  • balanoposthitis (inflammation of the head and foreskin of the penis);
  • urethritis (inflammation of the urinary canal);
  • orchiepididymitis (inflammation of the epididymis);
  • testicular torsion;
  • cryptorchidism;
  • phimosis (inability to retract the foreskin);
  • hydrocele;
  • varicocele (dilated veins of the spermatic cord), etc.

 

Symptoms of urinary tract pathologies may include:

  • dysuria: too frequent or too rare, painful urination;
  • anxiety of the child, fever, nausea, decreased appetite.

 

If such symptoms appear, please see a doctor. Urological diseases can be also treated by physicians of related specialties –– pediatric surgeon, nephrologist, gynecologist.

 

Diagnostic methods

To diagnose the pathology the urologist:

  • interviews the child and the parents about the complains, dynamics of the disease development, previous illnesses, the course of pregnancy and delivery in the mother, allergic reactions, family anamnesis;
  • examines the child, including examination of the genital organs;
  • prescribes laboratory tests if necessary (blood count, clinical urine test, bacteriological test of urine and urethra discharges, etc.);
  • assigns instrumental examinations (ultrasound, MRT, CT, radioisotope diagnostics).

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