The Center for Genitourinary Reconstruction offers individualized and advanced surgical treatment options for patients with common and uncommon lower urinary tract and genital conditions, disorders and anomalies.
The population served primarily consists of male adolescents and adults, but also includes some female patients who are born with genitourinary system abnormalities and have problems persisting into adolescence and childhood.
The center is staffed by three surgeons, a fellow, resident physicians, a nurse specialist and a physician assistant. When necessary, additional medical and surgical specialists are available within the Cleveland Clinic system to provide coordinated comprehensive care.
The surgeons within the center have treated patients from across the world and are recognized internationally for providing successful care to patients with genitourinary health issues.
An appointment to the center begins with a thorough physician exam and any necessary diagnostic tests. After this process is completed, the physician and his/her team will discuss possible treatment options and determine the best course of action likely to provide a positive long-term result and favorable quality of life.
Physicians also will share notes and records with the patient’s referring physician with the patient’s consent. This provides an all-around coordination of care.