Paediatric Urology

Stenosis of the foreskin (phimosis) and also undescended testicles are classic symptoms in children. But other clinical pictures are also treated competently in our paediatric urology department.

The narrowing of the foreskin is often normal until the age of six, as long as urination is not affected. However, the congenital undescended testicles must be treated within the first year of life.

Here we offer you a wide range of treatment options in close cooperation with paediatric nephrology. We provide you with objective advice in case of questions and uncertainties and are characterised by a careful indication for surgery and our experience. We can consult specialists from other departments on any questions you may have and thus optimally plan the individual therapy for your child.

Typical cases in paediatric urology are:

  • Undescended testicles or testicular position in the abdominal cavity
  • Narrowing of the foreskin (phimosis)
  • Tumours of the kidney and urinary tract
  • Congenital malformations and problems with toilet training (enuresis)

We always keep the future development of your child in mind during all operations and other treatments.