Osteotomy in the Newborn Patient with Classic Bladder Exstrophy (CBE): A Comparative Study

Pediatric urology researchers at Johns Hopkins are studying the outcomes of osteotomy procedures in younger patients. Heather Di Carlo, director of pediatric urology research, explains the study that presented their experience with patients with CBE who underwent pelvic osteotomy for assistance with bladder closure — during both the newborn and delayed time periods.

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Heather Noelle Di Carlo, MD.

Heather Noelle Di Carlo, MD

Dr. Heather Noelle Di Carlo is an assistant professor of urology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She treats all pediatric urological disorders in young males and females while specializing in renal sparing surgery and ...

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