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Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally invasive techniques and technology allow some procedures to be performed more quickly, with less pain, smaller scars, and a faster recovery time. Learn more about our minimally invasive surgery >

Reconstructive Urology Program

Connecticut Children’s urologists provide medical and surgical management for patients with neurogenic bladder and posterior urethral valves, including bladder augmentation and bladder outlet procedures, such as slings and bladder neck reconstruction, bladder neck closure and catheterizable stoma creation including Mitrofanoff catheterizable channels or antegrade continence enema procedures. Learn more about our reconstructive urology program >

Solid Tumor Program

The solid tumor program at Connecticut Children’s is nationally recognized for its clinical expertise along with its basic science and clinical research efforts. Learn more about our solid tumor program >

Clinic for Variations of Sexual Development

The Clinic for Variations of Sexual Development provides multidisciplinary, highly specialized care to patients with disorders of sexual development such as ambiguous genitalia and gender identity disorders in infants, children and teens. Learn more about our clinic for variations of sexual development >

Maternal-Fetal Urology Program

Antenatal urologic abnormalities are co-managed with the maternal-fetal medicine team with care coordinated at the University of Connecticut Health Center, Hartford Hospital and Danbury Hospital. Learn more about our maternal-fetal urology program >

Myelomeningocele Program

Children and parents benefit from our multidisciplinary Myelomeningocele Program where they are cared for by urologists, neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons in a single setting. Learn more about our myelomeningocele program >


Connecticut Children’s urologists perform studies to evaluate voiding dysfunction such as urinary incontinence, urinary retention, overactive bladder, and urinary tract infection. Learn more about our urodynamics program >


An important component of treating children with complex genitourinary conditions is recognizing and treating any associated anxiety and psychological distress. Learn more about our uro-psychology program >

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