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Max Livingston and William Wolff could have died in infancy, but now they have the chance to grow up healthy thanks to fetal surgery that corrected their bladder outlet obstructions.
The boys are just two of thousands of children who come to Cincinnati Children’s every year to get help for urological problems including bedwetting, hernias, kidney stones, cancers affecting the genitourinary tract and complex congenital malformations. Our urology program is ranked third in the country in the 2013-14 list of Best Children’s Hospitals published by U.S. News & World Report.
“We provide a one-stop shop for a wide range of urological conditions,” says Pramod Reddy, MD, director of the Division of Pediatric Urology. “The teams we have developed understand what’s going on with the whole child, not just a single condition. Another strength of our program is that we educate and actively involve the family in the care of the child.”
“Our superb nursing staff also does a phenomenal job of working with children who have complex disorders. They help make the entire patient and family experience a positive one,” Reddy says.
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