Eric Kurzrock, M.D., FAAP

Eric A. Kurzrock, M.D., FAAP

Specialties

Pediatric Urology

Department

Urologic Surgery

Title

  • Chief, Pediatric Urologic Surgery
  • Professor, Department of Urology and Pediatrics
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4860 Y St., Suite 2200
Sacramento, CA 95817
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Primary Phone:
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Roseville, CA 95661
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Primary Phone:
916-783-7109

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Physician Referrals: 800-4-UCDAVIS (800-482-3284)

Clinical Interests

Eric A. Kurzrock's practice is dedicated to the urologic care of infants, children and adolescents. His areas of expertise include diagnosis and treatment of hypospadias, prenatal and congenital hydronephrosis, hernias, hydroceles, neurogenic bladder, sexual ambiguity, undescended testicles, urinary infection, and vesico-ureteral reflux.

He has written extensively on pediatric urology and urogenital development. His research interests focus on reconstructive techniques, stem cell biology and tissue engineering.

Division

Pediatric Urologic Surgery

Center/Program Affiliation

UC Davis Children's Hospital
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center

Education

M.D., UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles CA 1991

B.A., UC Berkeley, Berkeley CA 1987

Residency

University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA 1993-1997

Fellowships

University of California, San Francisco CA 1997-1999

Board Certifications

American Board of Urology, 2001

American Board of Urology, Pediatric Urology, 2007

Professional Memberships

American Association of Pediatric Urologists

American Urological Association

Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

Fellow, Society for Pediatric Urology

Society for Fetal Urology

Urologic Research Society

Honors and Awards

U.S. News & World Report top-50 pediatric urology program, 2011-12,

U.S. News & World Report top-50 pediatric urology program, 2012-13,

U.S. News & World Report top-50 pediatric urology program, 2014-15,

U.S. News & World Report top-50 pediatric urology program, 2015-16,

U.S. News & World Report top-50 pediatric urology program, 2016-17,

U.S. News & World Report top-50 pediatric urology program, 2017-18,

U.S. News & World Report top-50 pediatric urology program, 2018-19,

Select Recent Publications

Kurzrock EA, Chan Y, Durbin-Johnson B, DeCristoforo L. Pictorial Urgency Scale - A New Tool for Evaluating Bladder Urgency in Children. Journal of Urology, In-Press, 2018.

Chan YY, Gonzalez R, Kurzrock EA. Malone antegrade continence enema: Is cecal imbrication essential? J of Pediatric Urology, In-Press, 2018.

Sturm R, Kurzrock EA, Amend G, Shannon R, Gong EM, Cheng EY. Blind-ending Vessels on Diagnostic Laparoscopy for Nonpalpable Testis: Is a Nubbin Present? J of Pediatric Urology, 13(4):392, 2017.

Chan YY, Sandlin SK, Kurzrock EA. Urological Outcomes of Myelomeningocele and Lipomeningocele. Curr Urol Rep, 18(5):35, 2017.

Chan Y, Sturm R, Durbin-Johnson B, Kurzrock EA. Outcomes after Pediatric Open, Laparoscopic and Robotic Pyeloplasty at Academic Institutions. J of Pediatric Urology, 13(1):49, 2017.

Chan YY, Sandlin SK, Kurzrock EA, Osborn SL. The Current Use of Stem Cells in Bladder Tissue Regeneration and Bioengineering. Biomedicines, 5(1):4-8, 2017.

Chan Y, Sturm R, Durbin-Johnson B, Kurzrock EA. Pediatric inguinal and scrotal surgery – practice patterns in U.S. academic centers. J Pediatric Surgery, 51:786-90, 2016.

Cantrell A, Rothschild J, Durbin-Johnson B, Kurzrock EA. Surgical trends in the correction of female stress urinary incontinence in academic centers. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 36(2):394-398, 2015.

Lurvey R, Durbin-Johnson B, Kurzrock EA. Adolescent Varicocelectomy: Large Multicenter Analysis. J of Pediatric Urology, 11:186, 2015.

Osborn SL, So M, Hambro S, Nolta J, Kurzrock EA. Inosculation of blood vessels allows early perfusion and vitality of bladder grafts - implications for bioengineered bladder wall. Tissue Engineering, 21:1906-15, 2015.

Osborn, S.L., So, M., Hambro, S., Nolta, J and Kurzrock, E.A.: Inosculation of blood vessels allows early perfusion and vitality of bladder grafts - implications for bioengineered bladder wall. Tissue Engineering, 2015;21:1906-15.

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