Overview

Adult Congenital Urologic Care

A congenital anomaly is an anatomic variation present at birth that can cause health problems or affect how the body works.

Congenital anomalies often affect the reproductive and urinary systems, which include the internal and external reproductive (sex) organs and the urinary bladder, urethra, ureter and kidney.

Congenital urologic conditions require long-term, expert urologic care from childhood into adulthood. It is often difficult to find adult providers with true expertise in the management of these conditions.

Stephanie Kielb, MD, and Matthias Hofer, MD, PhD, treat males and females with congenital genitourinary conditions, including:

  • Spina bifida (myelomeningocele)
  • Bladder extsrophy and epidspadias (bladder protrusions and malformations)
  • Neurogenic bladder and bowel
  • Cloacal anomalies
  • Vaginal agenesis (Meyer-Rokitansky Syndrome)
  • Vesicoureteral reflux and ectopic ureters
  • Prune belly syndrome
  • Urologic cancers diagnosed in childhood
  • Disorders of sex development
  • Posterior urethral valves
  • Hypospadias (congenital urinary malformation)