Congenital Urogenitalfehlbildungen Overview

Many relevant renal or urological abnormalities are discovered today in utero by prenatal routine ultrasound. Some congenital renal anomalies (eg. As autosomal dominant polycystic kidney, medullary cystic disease [Cystic kidney disease] and hereditary nephritis [hereditary nephritis]) are usually only in adulthood.

Congenital anomalies affecting the genitourinary tract are generally more likely than other organ systems. The anomalies of the urogenital tract make the patient prone to many complications, u. a. for infection, obstruction, stasis, stone formation and impaired renal function. Genital abnormalities cause bladder dysfunction or sexual dysfunction that impair fertility, cause psychosocial difficulties or a combination thereof. Urogenitaldefekte often require surgical reconstruction. Many relevant renal or urological abnormalities are discovered today in utero by prenatal routine ultrasound. Some congenital renal anomalies (eg. As autosomal dominant polycystic kidney, medullary cystic disease [Cystic kidney disease] and hereditary nephritis [hereditary nephritis]) are usually only in adulthood.

Health Life Media Team

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