Moogular There was a problem providing the content you requested Entire left renal pelvis body structure. Entire left renal vein. A comparison of infants presenting with and without urinary tract infection. Are you a health professional able to prescribe or dispense drugs? Fetal and neonatal management. Postanatal echography and cystography after prenatal diagnosis of minor dilatation of the kidney pelvis.

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Management of isolated fetal dilatations of the kidney pelvis. Rev Med Brux. Brussels Free University Perinatal Nephrology study group. Results of systematic screening for minor degrees of fetal renal pelvis dilatation in an unselected population. Am J Obstet Gynecol.

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Postnatal outcome and natural history of antenatally-detected hydronephrosis. Pediatr Surg Int. Primary vesicoureteric reflux and renal damage in the first year of life. Pediatr Nephrol. SUMMARY The use of the prenatal ecography allows early detecting urinary malformations, but it also shows minor disturbances, sometimes transitory; that is why we wanted to evaluate the incidence, evolution and association to vesicaureteral anomalies to renal pelvic ectasia in our settings.

Results: we reviewed cases, 55 of them diagnosed during the second semester of pregnancy, and during the third semester; of them were male and 50 female; at birth, 50 were normal, had bilateral dilatation, 40 left dilatation and 12 had right dilatation. We made a urine cystourethrography in of them, and found 50 anomalies.

Conclusions: The incidence of children diagnosed with renal pelvic ectasia in the studied period was lower than that referred around the world; there was a predominance of the male sex; the diagnosis was made during the third semester; the most common was the bilateral anomaly and those unilateral predominated in the left side, mainly Grade I and II, without complications; and the uretrocystographies were normal.

Natural development shows a regression, in most of the cases.





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