Urinary tract anomalies in children [Article in Bosnian]

Nedima Atić, Izeta Softić, Jasminka Tvica


Urinary tract anomalies (UTA) are frequent anatomic anomalies in children. They represent approximately 30% of all congenital anomalies. Although in 45% they are the cause of end stage renal disease, they are still diagnosed late. This paper discusses epidemiology, embryology, pathogenesis, and type of UTA, as well as diagnosis and treatment. Prenatal ultrasonografic diagnosis and ultrasound screening in infancy are very important to achieve timely treatment and prevention of complications.


Urinary tract anomalies; Children

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