Dr. Seideman is a pediatric urologist at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital at OHSU in Portland, OR. She takes care of kids and young adults with diseases and disorders of urination, reproductive organs and/or testes. expand_more
She has extensive training in minimally invasive surgery and reconstruction, and is interested in improving patients’ and parents’ quality of life. She is co-director of the Doernbecher Sex Development program; a specialized team that works with families to develop a treatment plan to address the unique needs of each child.
She is also co-director of the Pediatric Kidney Stone clinic - which combines urology, nephrology and diet - for a multidisciplinary approach to this growing issue.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment please contact the Pediatric Urology office at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital at 503-346-0640.
Doctor Seideman provides complete assessment, diagnosis and treatment for:
Disorders of Sexual Differentiation
Dr. Seideman is the co-director of a multidisciplinary clinic that specializes in individualized treatment of patients (and families) with disorders of sexual differentiation (DSD).
Robotic and minimally invasive surgery can result in less pain after surgery, smaller scars, and a faster recovery. The pediatric urology team at Doernbecher offers state of art, robotic and minimally invasive procedures for many of our commonly performed surgeries.
Procedures include robotic pyeloplasty for UPJ obstruction, ureteral reimplantation, excision of urachal remnants, ureteral reconstruction and more.
With the rate of kidney stones in kids on the rise, here at Doernbecher we have created a multidisciplinary team of specialists to care for kids with stone disease.
Doctor Seideman has partnered with Pediatric Nephrology and a Dietician to provide comprehensive treatments and prevention planning for children with kidney stones.