Pediatric urologic conditions, including urinary infections.

Tanaka ST, Brock JW
Med Clin North Am. 2011 95 (1): 1-13

PMID: 21095407 · DOI:10.1016/j.mcna.2010.08.018

Genitourinary complaints are common in children, and the busy primary care provider must determine initial treatment and assess need for specialty referral. Many complaints are self-limited, but some represent disorders that can threaten organ function. In this article, an initial approach in the primary care office and a guide to specialty referral for pediatric urologic conditions of the urinary tract, male genitalia, and female genitalia are suggested.

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Anti-Bacterial Agents Child Clinical Protocols Female Genital Diseases, Female Genital Diseases, Male Humans Male Primary Health Care Urinary Tract Infections Urologic Diseases

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