The practice of treating vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) with follow-up tests is questioned by CHOC urologists because it’s often unnecessary.
Patients delayed seeking treatment in the ER following the onset of symptoms of a testicular torsion during the beginning of the pandemic
The merging of clinical experience, surgical expertise and evidence-based practices is critical for obtaining the best outcomes for patients.
CHOC’s virtual pediatric lecture series continues with “Bladder function and dysfunction: Woes for primary care clinicians.”
The Urology Center at CHOC is collaborating with Joshua Mauney, PhD and Jerry D. Choate Presidential Chair in Urology Tissue Engineering in UC Irvine.
A bladder pressure/volume diary helps patients monitor pressure at home and reduces the need for frequent video urodynamics or urodynamics.