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Energy intake and expenditure is a highly conserved and well-controlled system with a bias toward energy intake. In times of abundant food supply, individuals tend to overeat and in consequence to increase body weight, sometimes to the point of clinical obesity. Obesity is a disease that is not only characterized by enormous body weight but also by rising(More)
Urinary tract infections (UTI) are among the most common bacterial infections in infants and children. The early diagnosis of a pyelonephritis and its rapid, calculated antibacterial therapy are decisive for the prognosis. Urogenital anomalies, renal damage and bladder dysfunction may influence the risk of recurrences of UTI and pyelonephritic scarring.(More)
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