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Recurrent urinary tract infection in girls. Group with lower tract findings and a benign course.
  1. T R Welch,
  2. P A Forbes,
  3. K N Drummond,
  4. M B Nogrady


    A group of girls is described with recurrent urinary tract infections characterized by predominantly lower tract symptoms. Clinical, laboratory, and radiography findings during the period of follow-up are presented. Infection persisted in most patients over several years. Response to medical and surgical treatment was unsatisfactory. The mean interval between the initial and most recent radiological study was 6 1/2 years. No case of renal parenchymal scarring was seen.

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