Hypospadias care at Mayo Clinic

  • Experience and expertise. Doctors at Mayo Clinic's campus in Minnesota have extensive experience with primary surgery as well as complex follow-up procedures for hypospadias. Mayo Clinic performs surgery to correct hypospadias for about 175 children each year.
  • Comprehensive children's hospital and outpatient services. Mayo Eugenio Litta Children's Hospital and Mayo Clinic Children's Center specialists provide comprehensive care for the diagnosis and treatment of hypospadias. Children at Mayo Clinic have access to the latest medical treatments and technology, along with groundbreaking clinical trials, in a caring, patient-centered environment.
  • Team approach, tailored to your child's needs. Your child will receive care from a board-certified pediatric urology surgeon. Working as a team, medical professionals from various specialties communicate with you to set goals and develop a customized evaluation and treatment plan for your child.
Nov. 01, 2016
References
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