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If your doctor has recommended ureteral surgery, you may be wondering what exactly this procedure entails and how the Department of Urology at Boston Children's Hospital can help you.
We’ve put together information on the most common surgeries as well as a list of questions that are frequently asked of our doctors. We’ll give you some background on common conditions that require this kind of surgery, talk about your experience at the hospital when your child comes in for his procedure and discuss the long-term outlook for children who have ureteral surgical procedures.
Children's is home to the largest pediatric urology department in the world, with physicians who are experts in a wide range of proven procedures. We perform more than 3,100 surgical procedures each year and care for almost 18,000 children from throughout the country and all over the world.
The Robotic Surgery, Research and Training Program at Boston Children's Hospital provides unrivaled expertise in pediatric robotic surgery. Specially trained surgeons use a high-tech robot to perform complex and delicate operations through very small surgical openings. The results are less pain, faster recoveries, shorter hospital stays, smaller scars, and happier patients.
The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”