Our specialists work with patients, their families and the Cancer Institute Tumor Board to make decisions that are the most appropriate for treatment and keep long-term impact as minimal as possible.
Our Urology Center is ranked by U.S. News and treats all urological conditions in children, including hypospadias and disorders of sexual differentiation.
Children with spina bifida receive treatment for urological conditions at the CHOC Children’s Urology Center.
We’ve developed these referral guidelines to guide you through the process of referring to the CHOC Children’s Urology Center.
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Gordon McLorie, MD, Memorial Lecture - Speaker: Antoine E. Khoury, MD - Chair, Urology, CHOC Children's
Dr. Tony Khoury, Chief of Pediatric Urology, talks about the experience of coming to CHOC Children's and why there's no place like CHOC.
Lisette Macias is a nurse practitioner who specializes in caring for kids with urology disorders at CHOC Children's in Orange County.
Grand Rounds Speaker: Antoine Khoury, MD, Medical Director, Urology, CHOC Children’s
The CHOC Children’s Urology Center is proud to offer patients a full scope of services ranging from in-office consultations and procedures to surgical procedures.
The CHOC Children’s Urology Center treats a wide spectrum of pediatric urological conditions and disorders in both male and female patients.
Meet the urology team at CHOC Children's Hospital, Orange County, CA.
Hydronephrosis is a treatable condition in which urine gets trapped in the kidney and drains slower than it should into the bladder.
At our Disorders of Sexual Differentiation Program our team of specialists in pediatric endocrinology, genetics, social work, urology and psychology work with families to create the most ideal outcomes for their children.
The CHOC Children’s Urology Center is dedicated to providing patients and their families the most up-to-date, state-of-the-art, research-based diagnoses and treatments.
Posterior urethral valves (PUV), occur in males and are excess flaps of tissue in the posterior urethra, which is the tube that drains urine from the bladder to the outside of the body for elimination.
These instructions are guidelines and specific changes or instructions for each patient may differ. Please follow instructions given by the surgeon and CHOC Children’s Urology Center staff.
We look forward to working with our patients to diagnose and treat virtually all pediatric urology conditions in our state-of-the-art facility.
Megaureter (dilated ureter) is an abnormality of one or both of the ureters of a child.
At the CHOC Children’s Urology Center we are able to perform a number of procedures that are often associated with outpatient hospital visits.
Dr. Khoury, chief of pediatric urology at both CHOC Children’s and UC Irvine Medical Center, treats kids and teens in Orange County.
UTIs are very common in children. Kids can get them at any age as they grow. Learn about the symptoms so you’ll know when to take your child to the doctor.