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Paediatric Urology by Dr. Sumit More - Best Urologist in Delhi

Paediatric urology deals with the treatment of urological problems in children. Very often in this age group the problems encountered are due to birth defects. Their correct management ensures that the child recovers well and has a normal adult life.


Some of the problems treated include


Pelvi Ureteric Junction obstruction:



In this condition commonly affecting the male child , the opening of the urethra is not on the tip of the penis, but below, on the shaft. The stream of urine is hence not straight but deflected downwards.


This needs surgical correction


Undescended Testis

Here there is a failure of the testes by birth to descend into the scrotum. As a result the testis may not be felt in the scrotum. This can lead to damage to the testis with age and reduction in the quantity of sperm produced.


This condition needs an operation of orchidopexy done by Laparoscopic or open operation


There are some other conditions like Vesuci Ureteric Reflux, Extrophy bladder etc which are seen in children. In the management of these patients it is important to work as a team with the paediatrician and paediatric anaesthetist In most cases with meticulous surgical technique and aftercare, good results are achieved.

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Delhi NCR's Leading Urologist : 

Dr. Sumit More

Years of Experience

MBBS, MS, M. Ch. Urology with DMC Registration Number 6128


Dr. Sumit More is an experienced urologist in Delhi and has previously attended intricate cases pertaining to Endourology, Laparoscopic Urology, Reconstructive Urology and Uro-Oncology.


With 12 Years of Experience, 10,000+ Surgeries Performed and 50,000+ Lives Touched, The blend of his experience and educational qualifications make him one of the best urologists in Delhi.

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We’ve been serving the community by improving the quality of life through better health. We have put protocols to protect our patients and staff while continuing to provide medically necessary care. 

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