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Do systemic symptoms predict the risk of kidney scarring after urinary tract infection?
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    Another question for NICE on UTI Guide?

    I read with interest this latest paper questioning the recommendation from NICE about the management of UTI in children. While the need for evidence is crucial to informed practice it is not always the case that in all medical conditions that this level is reached. Consensus therefore can be arrived at after a thorough review of good practice by eminent practitioners in the field. I have no doubt that the respected membe...

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