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Pediatric urologists


Child Urology is a sub-speciality of urology specialising in malformations of the urogenital system of children and adolescents. Some of these require surgical attention and others do not. The main pathologies treated by child and adolescent urologists are: - Phimosis: Difficulty in the retraction of the foreskin (normal up to 3 years old). - Paraphimosis: when the foreskin cannot return to its normal position. - Persistence of the peritoneal-vaginal duct: this appears in the form of an enlargement of one or both sides of the scrotum. - Pubertal varicocele: this is the dilation of the veins of the spermatic cord and it can appear at the start of puberty. - Undescended testicle: when the descent of the testicles to the scrotal sack during gestation does not occur correctly. - Hypospadias: a malformation of the urinary and genital system. - Urinary incontinence.

Dr. José María Angulo Madero

Expert in:

  • Testicular Ectopia
  • Endourology
  • Kidney stones
  • micropenis
  • Cryptorchidism


Dr. Joan Rodó Salas

Expert in:

  • Cystitis


Dr. Luis Felipe Ávila Ramírez

Expert in:

  • Short Frenulum
  • Pediatric enuresis
  • Testicular Ectopia
  • Cryptorchidism
  • Circumcision