Pediatric Urology

Consideration of Urinary System Changes by Growth Stage

Pediatric Urology located in the Pediatrics Department offers a full range of treatment options for pediatric urological disorders for the convenience of patients. The list of disorders treated includes enuresis, dysuresia, congenital hydronephrosis, hydrocele and inguinal henria, cryptorchism, micropallus, phimosis, vesicoureteral reflux, ureteropelvic junction stricture, hypospadias, varicocele, urinary stone, urachal diseases and cystocele.

Introduction of the Technology of the Children’s Hospital Boston-Harvard Medical School

The Department introduced the world-renowned technology of the Children’s Hospital Boston-Harvard Medical School. Professor Young-kwon Hong, a world-renowned pediatric urologist, has been registered in the Marquis Who’s Who in The World, one of the world’s top 3 biographical dictionaries, and gained recognition for his 20 papers issued at home and other outstanding research achievement at major symposiums in US, Germany and Sweden. As a professor recommended by the Korean Society of Pediatric Urology, Dr. Hong provides the highest quality pediatric urological care.

Comfortable Treatment in Pediatric Ward

Pediatric urological disorders change as children grow, which requires proper treatment at right time. The medical staff with extensive clinical experiences and skills provides the best quality care. Thorough care is given to children in a comfortable environment at the pediatric ward.

Latest Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Techniques

Less invasive surgical techniques including laparoscopy and endoscopy are applied to provide high quality treatment of urological disorders such as cryptorchism and vesicoureteral reflux. Minimally invasive surgery involves less blood loss and decreased pain and complications, compared to abdominal surgery. Besides, nearly invisible scars and shorter hospital stay result in the best aesthetic outcomes and faster recovery.