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WCHOB Outpatient Clinics
Pediatric Urology of Western New York PC
140 Hodge Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222

Orthopedics

Urology

Dr. Saul GreenfieldThe department's two Pediatric Urologists are fellowship trained in Pediatric Urology. They are certified by the American Board of Urology, Fellows of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Section of Pediatric Urology, and the Society of Pediatric Urology. Patient care is enhanced by two Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioners trained in Pediatric Urology.

Pediatric Urology is the diagnosis and treatment of congenital and acquired urological conditions and diseases in children. Pediatric urologists treat conditions of the male reproductive tract and the male and female urinary tracts. There is a urodynamic laboratory for the investigation of complex voiding disorders and neurogenic bladder. Biofeedback therapy is also available, when appropriate, for the treatment of voiding dysfunction.

CUPID: Center for Urinary Pediatric Incontinence Disorders. The Pediatric Urology Department has an interdisciplinary team dealing with urinary incontinence in children. This team consists of the physicians and pediatric nurse practitioners Video-urodynamic testing and computer based biofeedback therapy is available when needed.

Common surgical procedures handled by our Practice

  • Circumcisions and Circumcision revisions
  • Genitoplasty/Vaginoplasty
  • Reconstruct ambiguous genitalia
  • Hernia repairs
  • Hydrocele repairs
  • Hypospadias repairs - to reconstruct an incompletely formed urethra
  • Laparoscopy - endoscopic examination of the abdomen for diagnosis of, e.g., an undescended testis
  • Lithotripsy - to break up a stone in the urinary tract
  • Orchidopexy - to place an undescended testis in the scrotum
  • Phalloplasty - to correct an abnormal angulation of the penis
  • Pyeloplasty - to relieve the obstruction of a kidney
  • Ureteral reimplantation - performed to correct vesicoureteral reflux
  • Lower urinary tract reconstruction
  • Continent urinary diversion
  • Microscopic varicocele ligation

For additional information go to: http://www.pediatricurologyofwny.com/