Pediatric Urologic Malignancies

Posted On 2020-10-30 14:46:41

In times of rapid change, it is sometimes useful to pause for a moment and reflect on what we have long known, what we have recently learned, and what we have yet to fully understand. To that end, this issue of Translational Andrology and Urology is devoted to the contemporary practice of pediatric urologic oncology.

Editorial on Pediatric Urologic Malignancies
Pediatric urologic oncology in the 21st century: where we stand and where we’re headed
Jonathan C. Routh, Nicholas G. Cost, John S. Wiener

Review Article on Pediatric Urologic Malignancies
Genitourinary manifestations of hereditary cancer predisposition syndromes in children
Nali Julia Gillespie, David Van Mater

Imaging of childhood urologic cancers: current approaches and new advances
Joseph T. Davis, Lars M. Wagner

Association of spina bifida with cancer
Angela M. Arlen, Anne G. Dudley, Kathleen Kieran

Syndromic Wilms tumor: a review of predisposing conditions, surveillance and treatment
Esther K. Liu, Kristina D. Suson

Wilms tumor: a review of current surgical controversies
Karen Milford, Keara DeCotiis, Armando Lorenzo

Testicular tumors in children and adolescents: long-term endocrine and fertility issues
Katherine H. Anderson, Rodrigo L. P. Romao

Partial orchiectomy vs. radical orchiectomy for pediatric testis tumors
Lynn L. Woo, Jonathan H. Ross

Gonadal malignancy in patients with differences of sex development
Jacqueline Morin, Leslie Peard, Amanda F. Saltzman

Pediatric oncofertility: an update
Glen A. Lau, Anthony J. Schaeffer

Editorial Commentary on Pediatric Urologic Malignancies
Genito-urinary rhabdomyosarcoma—challenges and controversies for the urologist
Eric Bortnick, Jeffrey Stock, Fernando Ferrer

Review Article on Pediatric Urologic Malignancies
Germline predisposition to genitourinary rhabdomyosarcoma
Kami Wolfe Schneider, Nicholas G. Cost, Kris Ann P. Schultz, Shayna Svihovec, Alexandra Suttman

Advances in the management of pediatric genitourinary rhabdomyosarcoma
Michael D. Deel

The focused issue “Pediatric Urologic Malignancies” was commissioned by the editorial office, Translational Andrology and Urology without any sponsorship or funding. Jonathan C Routh, Nicholas G Cost and John S Wiener are serving as the unpaid Guest Editors for the focused issue.