For patients and families, few pediatric surgical conditions are as intimidating as colorectal and urogenital surgeries. These complex conditions require the training of expert pediatric surgeons and urologists. Also important is for families to understand the basics of the condition and to appreciate the special role of families in the treatment process. As patients grow into adulthood, there may be continuing issues related to the original conditions that will require treatment in adult care medicine.
What Everyone Should Know about Colorectal and Urogenital Conditions in Children is a special, 5-hour web meeting especially for patients and families, moderated by THP Editor Andrea Bischoff, M.D., and hosted by The Hendren Project that looks at what everyone should know about colorectal and urogenital conditions in children. Learn from experts in the field.
What Everyone Should Know About Anorectal Malformations (Andrea Bischoff, M.D.)
Understand Some of the Gynecological and Obstetrical Concerns in Anorectal Malformations (Veronica Alaniz, M.D.)
Early Urological Management in Anorectal Malformations (Duncan Wilcox, M.D.)
Long-term Urological Questions in Anorectal Malformations (Dan Wood, M.D.)
How To Improve the Management of Children Born with Anorectal & Urogenital Malformations (Alberto Peña, M.D.)
How To Protect the Kidneys (Margret Bock, M.D.)
Tethered Cord in Patients with Anorectal Malformations (Brent O’Neill, M.D.)
What Everyone Should Know About Hirschsprung Disease (Luis de La Torre, M.D.)
Bowel Management for Fecal Incontinence & Constipation (Andrea Bischoff, M.D.)
Psychosocial Support & Medical Trauma (Laura Judd-Glossy, M.D. & Kristina Matkins, M.D.)