LIVING WITH BLADDER EXSTROPHY WEBINAR SERIES
Bladder exstrophy is complex. It is normal to feel overwhelmed and even have a sense of helplessness when searching for evaluation and treatment. Making information available and understandable to those living with bladder exstrophy is the aim of this ongoing series of webinars. Each session features a presentation and live question and answer session. Look for new topics every month or two and enjoy recordings to all sessions by joining the A-BE-C mailing list.
This October, a team of America’s most experienced bladder exstrophy surgeons will be in Uganda for seven days to begin a five year initiative designed to treat these underserved children and adults and extend access to exstrophy surgery through the training of Ugandan surgeons.
Failed Primary Exstrophy Closure: Challenges, Management & Prevention
Featuring John. P. Gearhart, MD, Director Pediatric Urology at Johns Hopkins Children's ...
Marlo Eldridge has been working for more than 13 years to build a world-renowned program at Robert D. Jeffs Pediatric Urology Service, James Buchanan Brady Urolog...
Dr. William Reiner, professor of Pediatric Urology at the University of Oklahoma's Department of Urology provides an excellent overview of bladder exstropy in this ...
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