At the CHOC Urology Center, we are committed to supporting our patients and their families throughout treatment. Because we know that urology diagnoses often come with many questions, we are proud to offer a variety of resources that may be helpful for families whose children are being treated in our center. It is important that our patients still feel and act like kids and that their families get the support they need to focus on what is most important: patient recovery. We are by your side every step of the way with detailed information, guides and more.

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Guides, Forms & Support

The Association for the Bladder Exstrophy Community (ABC), established in June 1991, is an international support group network comprising individuals with bladder exstrophy, local parent-exstrophy support groups and health care providers who work with patients and families living with bladder exstrophy. We encourage you to log on to for more information.
The Bristol Stool Chart is a reference for parents to identify the consistency and shape of a child's stools. This helps determine if a child is having healthy bowel movements or if they may be constipated or have a urological/gastrological problem. View the Bristol Stool Chart.
CHOC Urology Center we are proud to offer home manometry resources that may be helpful for families whose children have spina bifida and neurogenic bladder. Our instructional videos provide information on how to record home bladder pressure and volume measurements.
Some conditions, such as severe constipation, may require a child to have his or her bowel cleaned out. Our team has designed a bowel clean out program based on a patient’s weight. View our steps for a bowel clean out with Miralax.
We know that families have a lot of questions about what to expect and how to prepare for their child’s surgery and recovery. Learn about our urology surgeries and procedures.
We have developed an iReflux Risk Calculator for predicting the risk of breakthrough urinary tract infections with children with vesicoureteral reflux.
Not drinking enough water can be a factor in variety of diagnoses. Learn how much water your child should drink each day based on their age.


In this video, Dr. Tony Khoury, Chief of Pediatric Urology at CHOC, offers parents solutions for their children's bedwetting problems.

In this video, Dr. Elias Wehbi, pediatric urologist at CHOC, talks about hydroceles in children and describes the most common type.

Dr. Tony Khoury, Chief of Pediatric Urology at CHOC, describes what interventions are available to treat urinary tract infections.

Health Features

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