Myles Gibbons, MD Urologist

Bio

Biography

M. David Gibbons, MD, has practiced pediatric urology in the Washington area for 20 years and has been on Children’s National Health System staff for four years. Working primarily in Northern Virginia and in Washington, DC, Dr. Gibbons is also Director of Pediatric Urology at Georgetown University Hospital. He has been recognized five times by Washingtonian magazine in their annual “Top Doctors” issue.

Dr. Gibbons' subspecialty interests include evaluation of the fetus with urological abnormalities, intersex abnormalities, and complex genital reconstruction.

Education & Training

Education & Training

  • Fellowship Program, Pediatric Urology Fellowship, 1978
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Residency Program, Urology, 1977
    Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
  • Residency Program, General Surgery, 1974
    Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
  • MD, 1972
    Medical College of Virginia
Patient Stories

Patient Stories: Myles Gibbons

Dylan's Story

"I love Children's National. As an employee and the mother of a former patient, I am grateful that we have such a great hospital right in our backyard."

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Austin's Story

"People always tell me 'You're so strong, I don't know how you got through it.' I like to say that you never know how strong you are or what you are capable of until you have no choice but to be strong." 

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Catherine's Story

"Don't be afraid to talk to other parents and to reach out to them, no matter what condition their child has. It is this connection with other parents that will make your journey easier." 

Research & Publications

Research & Publications

American Academy of Pediatrics

(1997) Alterations in Insulin-Like Growth Factor IGF-1 Following Ureteral Obstruction: A Potential tool for Quantifying Acute and Chronic Obstructive Renal Injury

American Academy of Urology

(1995) Scrotal/Inguinal Ultrasonography: A Technique for Identifying Occult Impalpable testes without Laparoscopy

American Urologic Association

(1993) Reflux vs Nonreflux Pyelonephritis-Is there a Difference?

American Urological AssociationMid Atlantic Section

(1992) Management of Childhood Urolithiasis

Indications for Nonoperative Management of Ureterocetes

(2005) Journal of Urology

Mid Atlantic Section American Urological Association

(2001) Efficacy and Safety of Ureteroscopy with Homium Laser Lithotripsy for Pediatric Stone Disease

Mid Atlantic Section Review Seminar

(1997) Antenatal/Neonatal Hydronephrosis

National Symposium of Nurse Practitioners

(1993) Office Pediatric Urology in the 1990's

Pediatric Urology Winter Forum

(2002) Ectopia of Vas Deferens

Pediatric Urologyy Winter Forum VII

(2001) Management of Bladder Diverticula in Childhood

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Niko's Story

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"Accept help from family, friends, and co-workers depending on what you really need from them when they ask, 'Do you need anything?'"

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