Patients delayed seeking treatment in the ER following the onset of symptoms of a testicular torsion during the beginning of the pandemic
Western Pediatric Urology Consortium (WPUC) Aims to Develop More Impactful and Meaningful Research in Pediatric Urology
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.
CHOC researcher and chief of pediatric urology, Dr. Antoine “Tony” Khoury was recently featured in one of Dr. Bruce Hensel’s health segments on KNBC-TV. Following findings published by him and colleagues in the December 2013 online issue of the Journal of Pediatric Urology, Dr. Khoury has garnered attention for his research into and use of […]