Dr. Harry Guilford Rushton MD
Urologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Urology111 Michigan Ave NW Washington DC, 20010
H. Gil Rushton, MD, is the Chief of Urology at ChildrenÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s National Medical Center and has practiced in the DC area for 22 years. His subspecialty interests include: vesicoureteral reflux ...
Education and Training
Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine 1978
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- Penile torque after the use of tunica vaginalis blanket wrap as an aid in hypospadias repair.
- Adjunctive oral corticosteroids reduce renal scarring: the piglet model of reflux and acute experimental pyelonephritis.
- The role of 99mtechnetium dimercapto-succinic acid renal scans in the evaluation of occult ectopic ureters in girls with paradoxical incontinence.
- Laparoscopic diagnosis and clinical management of a solitary nonpalpable cryptorchid testicle in a postpubertal male.
- Diagnosis and management of teratomas and epidermoid cysts.
- Urinary tract infection. American College of Radiology. ACR Appropriateness Criteria.
- Acute pyelonephritis: comparison of diagnosis with 99mTc-DMSA, SPECT, spiral CT, MR imaging, and power Doppler US in an experimental pig model.
- Is the vanished testis always a scrotal event?
- Parental preferences in the management of vesicoureteral reflux.
- Renal cortical scintigraphy in the diagnosis of acute pyelonephritis.
- Dimercaptosuccinic acid renal scintigraphy for the evaluation of pyelonephritis and scarring: a review of experimental and clinical studies.
- Escherichia coli virulence factors and 99mTc-dimercaptosuccinic acid renal scan in children with febrile urinary tract infection.
- Delayed spontaneous rupture of augmented bladder in children: diagnosis with sonography and CT.
- Pyelonephritis in male infants: how important is the foreskin?
- Management of high grade renal trauma: 20-year experience at a pediatric level I trauma center.
- Birth Defects
- Urinary Tract Infection (uti)
- Inguinal Hernia
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- What Is The Point of a Circumcision?
What Is The Point of a Circumcision?Circumcision is one of the oldest social and cultural practices of man. Its origin is not known, but centuries of the removal of the foreskin has been practiced by many communities. Different communities hold various beliefs concerning circumcision.Some consider...
- Understanding Hernia and Hernia Surgery
Feeling pain and swelling in the groin region can be a very unpleasant experience, especially when the pain gets worse when you cough or lift heavy objects. Experiencing these symptoms might signify the presence of groin hernia. A groin hernia is usually referred to in medical terms as an inguinal...
- What to Expect After a Hydrocelectomy
Hydrocelectomy is a type of surgery that aims to correct the swelling that occurs in the scrotum. This procedure is done to repair a hydrocele.What is a hydrocele?A hydrocele is a fluid-filled sac that is located around the testicles. The accumulation of fluid in the testicles is common, especially...
- What Is an Orchiopexy Surgery?
Orchiopexy is a surgical procedure that corrects the position of undescended testicles inside the scrotum. Orchiopexy is performed to male children to correct cryptorchidism, a medical term used for any undescended testicles. Orchiopexy can also be performed to male adults or adolescents, which may...
- What Are the Risks of Hydrocelectomy
Hydrocelectomy, also called hydrocele repair, is a surgical procedure that aims to remove or repair a hydrocele, a sac of fluid that forms around a testicle, causing swelling and pain.Hydrocelectomy is like all other surgeries—risky, and one may get hurt during the procedure, react to the...
- How to Prepare for Hydrocelectomy
Hydrocelectomy refers to a surgical procedure done for the purpose of repairing or removing a hydrocele, a buildup of watery fluid around one or both testicles. This sac swells as fluid accumulates, causing discomfort but usually no pain. Since hydrocelectomy involves a sensitive part of the...
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