Some children are born with problems of the urinary tract. Others develop urinary tract problems from injuries or infections. Exams and tests can help doctors find the problem. The treatment for a urinary tract problem may include a medicine or surgery.

Topics on children's urinary tracts include:

  • continent urinary diversion
  • epididymitis
  • exstrophy of the bladder
  • hypospadias
  • orchitis
  • self-catheterization
  • undescended testicles
  • varicocele

Learn more about Phoenix Children's urology specialty services.

More information

Bladder Surgery; Augmentation with Mitrofanoff and Cecostomy - English | Spanish

Care of Your Baby’s Uncircumcised Penis - English

Circumcision Care - English | Spanish

Clean Intermittent Catheterization (CIC) For Females - English | Spanish

Clean Intermittent Catheterization (CIC) For Males - English | Spanish

How to Care for Your Baby's Circumcision - English

How to Care for Your Child After Pyeloplasty or Correction of UPJ (Ureteropelvic Junction) Obstruction - EnglishSpanish

VCUG or Voiding Cystourethrogram - English | Spanish

Whether or Not to Circumcise - English | Spanish

Visit these websites for more information:

Continent Urinary Diversion - UrologyHealth.org, American Urological Association

Urinary Tract Infections - Teens Health, The Nemours Foundation

Varicocele - Teens Health, The Nemours Foundation

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