Managing urinary tract infections

Managing urinary tract infections.

THE diagnosis of urinary tract infections (UTI) is made from the history presented by the patient, a physical examination, and laboratory investigations. The clinical features of UTI may differ depending on whether the lower, i.e. bladder or urethra, or upper urinary tract, i.e. kidney, is involved.

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