G385 Can the presence of antenatal hydronephrosis or family history of vesicoureteric reflux predict significant renal abnormality

@inproceedings{Beckett2016G385CT,
  title={G385 Can the presence of antenatal hydronephrosis or family history of vesicoureteric reflux predict significant renal abnormality},
  author={Rachel E. Beckett and Graziella McCall and K Mckeever and Laurie Millar and C Clendinning and G Ni Fhathaigh and N Reid},
  year={2016}
}
Aims Renal tract dilatation is commonly detected during antenatal anomaly scanning. This can, however, be a transient phenomenon which resolves on postnatal scanning. There is some debate regarding which babies require postnatal scanning in order to detect significant abnormalities, whilst avoiding over-investigation and unnecessary parental anxiety. Currently all babies with antenatal hydronephrosis (ANHN) born within our trust have a screening ultrasound scan within the first 4 weeks of life… CONTINUE READING

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