CLINICAL SPECTRUM OF PEDIATRIC UROLITHIASIS: A LITERATURE REVIEW

Jayan Stephen, Rajamohanan K

Abstract


Pediatric urolithiasis is an important kidney disorder encountered in clinical practice. There has been considerable regional variability in the reported incidences of urolithiasis. Also, there is a growing body of evidence demonstrating that the overall incidence of pediatric urolithiasis is increasing. The purpose of this review article is to highlight the various aspects of epidemiological data, clinical spectrum related to pediatric stones. A Medline search was used to identify manuscripts dealing with epidemiology and clinical features of pediatric urolithiasis such as flank pain, restlessness, hematuria, vomiting, sweating, irritability, features of uti, passage of stones in urine, penile edema, enuresis and anorexia in pediatric stone diseases. The results revealed varying descriptives of clinical spectrum in minor age groups. The body of available literature reveals the gravity of rarely encountered condition pediatric urolithiasis in various regions with debilitating clinical spectrum with idiopathic etiologies and known etiologies; which spearheads further research.


Keywords


Pediatric urolithiasis; Clinical presentation; Epidemiology

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