Common Baby Genital Problem: Undescended Testicles

We know that the wellbeing of your child is your priority. We also understand that genital health may not be easy to understand or research, which is why we’re providing you information here. For this article, we’re focusing on undescended testicles, one of the most common genital abnormality in boys, and one we often treat at Children’s Urology.

Educating the Next Generation of Docs

Every month, several university students “shadow” the Children’s Urology physicians as part of the UT Health Careers Mentorship program. For students, the opportunity offers a close up view of a medical profession. For our physicians, it gives them a chance to expose medicine to a future generation of doctors while doing something they love to do…teach!

‘Party with a Purpose’ Exceeds Fundraising Goal

Doctors, medical staff and other members of the Austin community, gathered on November 9 to ‘Party with a Purpose’, a fundraising event for Dell Children’s Surgical Global Outreach program, which offers surgical care in one of the world’s poorest communities. Children’s Urology, one of the event sponsors, has been volunteering on the medical trips to Guatemala since the program was launched four years ago.

For Third Year, Children’s Urology Represented in Best Children's Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report

For a third consecutive year, the pediatric urology program at Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas was recognized among the top programs in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report 2014-15 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings. Led by Children’s Urology specialists, the Dell Children’s program ranked No. 49 out of 183 U.S. children’s hospitals in the specialty of pediatric urology.