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  • The risk factors of Urethrocutaneous fistula after hypospadias surgery in the youth population. [Journal Article]
  • BUBMC Urol 2018 Jul 24; 18(1):64
  • Sheng X, Xu D, … Qi J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Urethral defect length and urethral operation history should be taken into consideration before undergoing hypospadias surgery since our study discovered that the risk of developing urethrocutaneous fistula after hypospadias repair is associated with urethral defect length and urethral operation history. Age, surgical procedure, type of surgical repair, chordee degree and other factors were not obviously related to the development of urethrocutaneous fistula.
  • Atypical Presentation of IgA Nephropathy Mimicking Acute Pyelonephritis. [Journal Article]
  • CRCase Rep Med 2018; 2018:9231989
  • Karakonstantis S, Galani D, … Xydakis D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Gross hematuria, especially in the absence of pyuria or bacteriuria, should raise the suspicion for underlying IgA nephropathy, even if the rest of the clinical presentation is typical for a urinary tract infection. The presence of significant proteinuria, red blood cell casts, and dysmorphic red blood cells are useful clues suggesting glomerular disease.
  • Clinical and laboratory features of urinary tract infections in young infants. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Bras Nefrol 2018 Jan-Mar; 40(1):66-72
  • Lo DS, Rodrigues L, … Gilio AE
  • CONCLUSIONS: The male: female ratio for urinary tract infection was 3.3:1. Non-Escherichia coli etiologies should be considered in empirical treatment. Fever was the main symptom. Positive nitrite is highly suggestive of UTI but has low sensitivity; whereas pyuria ≥ 10,000/mL revealed good sensitivity, but low specificity. Peripheral white blood cell count and C-reactive protein concentration have limited usefulness to suggest UTI.
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