Dr. Patrick H Mckenna M.D.
Urologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Urology301 N 8th St Springfield IL, 62701
Dr. Patrick Mckenna practices Pediatric Urology in Madison, WI. Pediatric urologists treat young patients who suffer from an illness or disease of the genitals or urinary tract, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder. As a pediatric urologist, Dr. Mckenna is a surgeon who diagnoses, treats, and manages voiding disorders, vesicoureteral reflux, and urinary tract infections that require surgery. Some procedures that Dr. Mckenna performs include surgical reconstruction of the urinary tract, hypospadias, and disorders of sex development; surgery for groin conditions in childhood; evaluation and surgical management of kidney stone disease; and surgical management of tumors and malignancies of the kidney, bladder, and testis.
UrologyAmerican Board of UrologyABU- Pediatric Urology
- A complex urologic problem demonstrates how far pediatric urology has progressed.
- Neonatal intervention for severe antenatal pyelocaliectasis.
- Citrobacter diversus urosepsis and cerebral abscess in a child with antenatal hydronephrosis.
- Antenatally detected proximal ureteral diverticulum.
- Angiogenesis and neuroblastomas: interleukin-8 and interleukin-8 receptor expression in human neuroblastoma.
- Consensus on the prenatal management of antenatally detected urological abnormalities.
- Survey results on medical and surgical followup of patients with vesicoureteral reflux from American Association of Pediatrics, Section on Urology members.
- Posterior urethral valves presented at birth despite normal prenatal ultrasound scans.
- Changing concepts concerning the management of vesicoureteral reflux.
- Interactive computer games for treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction.
- Hypospadias and early gestation growth restriction in infants.
- Radiographic and serologic correlates of azotemia in patients with posterior urethral valves.
- Spontaneous neonatal regression of prenatally detected renal cysts in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
- Modern management of nonneurologic pediatric incontinence.
- Prenatally detected hydronephrosis: impact on postnatal outcomes.
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