Eric A. Kurzrock, M.D., F.A.A.P., professor of urologic surgery and pediatrics and chief of pediatric urology at UC Davis, and Jennifer H. Yang, M.D., associate professor of urologic surgery at UC Davis, have prepared informational handouts. Most of the handouts are available in English and Spanish and can be viewed using Adobe Reader (Adobe Acrobat Reader icon PDF) and will open in a new Web page. These handouts are for basic information only and are not to replace your visit with a physician.

Bactrim (Septra) — is an antibiotic used to treat a wide variety of infections including urinary, ear and respiratory infections.

    Daytime wetting and void dysfunction in children — signs, symptoms, and treatment.

    Ditropan — is a medication that acts to relax the bladder, allowing it to hold more urine.

    Hernia/Hydrocele — signs, symptoms, and treatment.


    Hypospadias —  is a congenital abnormality of the penis that is characterized by an abnormal position of the urethral opening.

      Pyeloplasty Pathway

      Robotic Pyeloplasty Pathway

      Undescended testicle — signs, symptoms, and treatment.

      Ureter Reimplant Pathway

      Urodynamic testing for children — is a diagnostic tool to evaluate bladder function.


      Voiding Cystourethrogram (VCUG)

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