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Pediatric Urology

Pediatric Urology

At Rainbow Children’s Hospital, we ensure that the gynecologic and urologic problems of your children are treated with sensitivity and empathy. We have a team of experts, including fetal medicine specialists, endocrinologists, radiologists, nephrologists, oncologists, neurosurgeons, and orthopedic surgeons. To reduce your child’s recovery time and discomfort, we try using minimally invasive techniques without compromising on the quality of care. If necessary, surgical treatments can also be performed. As part of our state-of-the-art, medically invasive treatments, we have laparoscopic surgery, endoscopy, and 3D laparoscopic surgery.

Here are the services provided by pediatric urologists at the Rainbow Children’s Hospital:
- Evaluating & surgically managing the kidney stone disease
- Evaluating and managing vesicoureteral reflux, voiding disorders, & urinary tract infections that might need surgery
- Evaluating & managing issues regarding urinary tract associated with neurological disorders like spina bifida
- Evaluating & managing issues regarding the urological tract that are identified before birth
- Surgery in childhood & adolescents for groin conditions, including varicocele, hernia/hydrocele, undescended testes, etc.
- Reconstructing the urinary tract surgically, including kidneys, bladder, & ureters
- Surgery for hypospadias, sex development disorders, & genital abnormalities
- Surgical management of malignancies & tumors of kidney, testes, & bladder
- Open operations on kidney, urethra, & bladder
- Bladder augmentation, pyeloplasty, ureteric reimplantation, hypospadias, & bladder augmentation surgeries, urodynamic studies
- Special bladder clinics for treating bladder anomalies in children
- Endourological procedures like deflux injection, PUV fulguration
- Laparoscopic urological surgeries, including ureteric reimplantation & laparoscopic pyeloplasty

Key Highlights




Recurrent Wheezing in Children

Dr. Aparna


Banjara Hills


Kidney Transplants in Children

Dr Mainak Deb

Consultant Pediatric surgeon, Pediatric Urologist and Pediatric Renal Transplant Surgeon

Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru, Bannerghatta, Banjara Hills


Pediatric pancreatitis: What is it and how is it treated?

Dr. Lavanya Kannaiyan

Pediatric Urologist & Pediatric Surgeon

Rainbow Children's Hospital, Banjara Hills



Cerebral Palsy in Neonates

Andhra Jyothi


Children with Congenital Heart Disease

Hyderabad Times


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Why Choose Rainbow Children’s Hospital for pediatric urology?

The team of pediatric urologists has years of expertise in successfully treating urinary diseases, urinary disorders, kidney stones, and other urinary tract issues in children. Some of India's leading pediatric urologists are part of the team at Rainbow Children's Hospital located in the cities of Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Vizag, and Vijayawada.

Will my child be able to play sports and other things that he loves?

Our aim is to help your child enjoy their life. We will do everything that we can possibly do to help your child get back to doing their favourite things. There are some conditions and treatment that can limit your child's ability to perform physical activities. You need to ask your doctor regarding any guidelines to follow restricting physical activities during the period of care.

Why is Pediatric urology important?

Children can’t be treated as small adults. They are not always cooperative and patient or can answer all the questions regarding what is bothering them. Pediatric urologists have the training to focus on the needs of children, especially when it comes to embarrassing and sensitive subjects regarding voiding and genitalia problems. They know how to treat children in a cooperative and relaxed way. Also, pediatric urologist in Bangalore and pediatric urologist children’s hospital use equipment that are specifically designed for children. This helps in creating a non-threatening and comfortable environment for the child. In most cases, your pediatrician will refer you to a pediatric urologist with comprehensive and extensive training.

What are some common Pediatric urology conditions?

The most common condition that pediatric urologists see is a urinary tract infection. It is more frequent in girls than in boys. About 1 to 2 percent of all children develop a urinary tract infection. To know more, contact pediatric urologist Bangalore. It is accompanied by an unusual odor and blood in the urine along with a change in urinary patterns. Other common pediatric urology conditions include:

Antenatal Hydronephrosis - This is a condition where prior to birth, kidney gets enlarged due to excess fluid. It can be diagnosed during a prenatal ultrasound.

Hernia - It is a condition where all or part of a tissue or an organ is protruded through a weakened area.

Hydrocele - In this condition, fluid is accumulated in the scrotal sac.

Hydronephrosis - This condition is caused by swollen kidneys that obstruct the urinary tract.

Hypospadias - This is a congenital condition in which the urethra’s opening (the tube carrying urine from the body) is not on the tip, but on the underside of the penis. It can be diagnosed during infancy.

Neurogenic bladder - This is a disorder caused due to the interference in the nerve pathways. These pathways are responsible for sending signals to the bladder for urination.

Nocturnal enuresis - If your child is bedwetting at a later age during which he should be expected to stay dry, it might be because of nocturnal enuresis. This is a developmental delay in the bladder that the child can outgrow.

Spina bifida - This is a neural tube defect in which the tissue that surrounds the spinal cord is not able to close during fetal development.

Undescended testes - This is a condition in which as the male fetus develops, at least one of the testicles is not able to move into the scrotal sac. This condition can resolve itself in the first year after birth.

Ureteropelvic junction obstruction - This is a condition where there is a blockage in the urine flow in the area where the kidney and ureter meet.

Vesicoureteral reflux - In this condition, the urine from the bladder keeps backing up into the ureter. This condition can be diagnosed during the prenatal ultrasound.

To know more pediatric urology, issues related to it, and a pediatric urologist near you, contact Rainbow Children’s Hospital.