The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Children’s Hospital has been serving the children of South Carolina and the surrounding areas since its opening in 1987. Pediatric Urology, as a subspecialty of the MUSC Department of Urology, provides child-centered care to pediatric patients with urologic issues. These issues involve both medical and surgical management of genito-urinary issues for males and females. To treat these urological conditions, MUSC’s pediatric urologists offer a comprehensive selection of services from pre-natal consultations, inpatient and outpatient consultation services, and both inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures.
With a current faculty of three pediatric urologists, MUSC now has two pediatric urologists who are robot and laparoscopically trained. MUSC Pediatric Urology offers the complete spectrum of minimally invasive surgery and is now performing advanced laparoscopic and robotic reconstructive procedures.
The Bladder Exstrophy team is headed up by Dr. Stec who has extensive experience and training with bladder exstrophy, from closure procedures in newborns to all future reconstructive procedures.
MUSC's spina bifida clinic seeks to make things easier for parents and their children by providing comprehensive care in the form of the most advanced urological care with a dedicated pediatric video-urodynamic suite and the latest in radiographic imaging.
In our prenatal urology evaluation program, dedicated pediatric urologists with an expertise in the care of these children are here at MUSC to educated an expecting family , help guide you through the remainder of pregnancy and establish a plan for your child after delivery.
With a current faculty of two pediatric urologists in conjunction with our pediatric nephrology colleagues, MUSC offers the complete spectrum of medical and surgical therapy for stone disease.
The MUSC Pediatric Urology Service seeks not only to provide the best medical care to our patients but also to advance the frontiers of medical science through basic science research that has potential to benefit children everywhere.