Reconstructive urology surgery can help patients with conditions such as birth defects, cancer, neurological disorders, male and female incontinence, strictures, scar tissue in the urinary tract organs, and pelvic floor prolapse.
Reconstructive urology can also help repair traumatic injuries to the kidney, ureter, bladder, and genitals. Traumatic injuries are often associated with pelvic fractures that can happen as a result of things like motor vehicle accidents or falls, and can often lead to scar tissue formation in the urethra.
Urologic conditions treated and reconstructive therapies offered at UT Southwestern Medical Center include:
Practicing in one of the nation’s leading medical and research facilities, UT Southwestern’s physicians provide each patient with an individual, personalized approach to treatment.
In addition, UT Southwestern also offers a clinical trials program for the prevention and detection of conditions associated with reconstructive urology. Patients who qualify for a study may be offered therapies that show particular promise in treating their condition years before the therapies are available to the public.
Our experience in conducting some of the most advanced research into the causes and cures for urologic conditions that require reconstructive surgery enables UT Southwestern to provide patients with the best possible medical care – all in a caring and compassionate environment.
Our specialists are recognized as international leaders in reconstructive urology.
Our team includes: