S2102 Common Problems of the Genitalia in Newborns and Infants (Repeats as S3094)

Sunday, November 4
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: W414AB, Orange County Convention Center

Topic(s): Urology

Faculty will discuss the anatomy and management of common penile abnormalities, such as buried penis, hypospadias, chordee, and penile torsion, as well as the functional and cosmetic implications of surgery for these conditions. In addition, the management of common conditions that can result following a circumcision, such as adhesions, penile skin bands, and penile entrapment, will be reviewed. Lastly, the appropriate care of the uncircumcised penis and treatment of phimosis will be covered.

Michael Keating, MD, FAAP

Professor of Pediatric Urology, Director of Pediatric Urology
University of Central Florida College of Medicine
Orlando, Florida

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S2102 Common Problems of the Genitalia in Newborns and Infants (Repeats as S3094)

Sunday, November 4
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: W414AB, Orange County Convention Center

Topic(s): Urology

Faculty will discuss the anatomy and management of common penile abnormalities, such as buried penis, hypospadias, chordee, and penile torsion, as well as the functional and cosmetic implications of surgery for these conditions. In addition, the management of common conditions that can result following a circumcision, such as adhesions, penile skin bands, and penile entrapment, will be reviewed. Lastly, the appropriate care of the uncircumcised penis and treatment of phimosis will be covered.

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Michael Keating, MD, FAAP

Professor of Pediatric Urology, Director of Pediatric Urology
University of Central Florida College of Medicine
Orlando, Florida

Presentation(s):

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Send Email for Michael Keating