Pediatric Urological Surgery: Update on Robotics and Other Advanced Options
With footage from his team’s minimally invasive surgeries, Laurence S. Baskin, MD, UCSF’s chief of pediatric urology, describes the latest approaches to conditions ranging from undescended testicles to blocked ureters and ureteral polyps.
The Robot Will Assist You Now: Better Techniques for Blocked Kidneys in Kids
Laurence S. Baskin, MD, UCSF’s chief of pediatric urology, offers an exciting look at how specialists are using the da Vinci robot to enhance the precision of pediatric pyeloplasty.
Understanding Bladder-Bowel Issues in Children – and Getting Them to Happier Voiding
Nurse practitioner Lucille Huang, who specializes in pediatric urology, breaks down voiding troubles in kids – a common reason for urological referrals.
Wetting and Fretting: How to Help Families Resolve Incontinence and Other Common Urological Issues
UCSF pediatric providers offer guidance based on their experience with urinary incontinence, testicle abnormalities and phimosis. Their game plan for getting kids from wet to dry breaks down incontinence types, explains the constipation ...
Common Problems in Pediatric Urology: Emergency & When to Refer?
This case-based presentation by UCSF Chief of Pediatric Urology Laurence S. Baskin, MD, provides clarity on which conditions are emergencies that need specialty care.
The specialists at UCSF’s Pediatric Urology Clinic have training and experience in the most advanced methods of diagnosing and treating urological or genital problems in babies and children. These conditions range widely from relatively minor issues such as bed-wetting to structural conditions such as hernias and undescended testicles to serious birth defects affecting organ formation or function.