Asymptomatic urinary tract infection in childhood

  title={Asymptomatic urinary tract infection in childhood},
  author={I. Nebigil and Necmiye T{\"u}mer},
  journal={European Journal of Pediatrics},
In this study 2591 apparently healthy children aged 1 day–16 years were examined to determine the existence of asymptomatic urinary tract infection. A prevalence of 4% in newborns, 5.2% in infants, 5.8% in preschool children, 4.5% in elementary school children, and of 4.8% in high-school children was found. 

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