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Reig RC, Vila BJ, Ahmad WA, et al: Infrequent cause of bilateral obstructive uropathy.
Secondary causes of aldosterone insensitivity, such as a urinary tract infection, are excluded by a normal urine microscopy result, and culture and a normal renal ultrasound scan will exclude an obstructive uropathy.
Thus, diffuse involvement favors obstructive uropathy.
With sonographic advances came perspicuity, offering for the first time a prenatal glimpse of obstructive uropathy, congenital cystic adenomatoid malformations (CCAM), and myelomeningocele lesions.
Renal dysplasia and obstructive uropathy are the predominant causes in the first five years of life.
Patients with a large residual urinary volume and/or severely diminished urinary flow may not be good candidates for 5 A-RI therapy and should be carefully monitored for obstructive uropathy.
Volume depletion, certain antimicrobials, NSAIDs (including cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors), intravenous radiographic contrast, and obstructive uropathy should be avoided as they commonly cause acute deteriorations in renal function.
Antibiotics Prevents infections for those with obstructive uropathy as the primary disease.
The patient experienced obstructive uropathy in the setting of hematuria; he continued rFIXFc treatment and the event resolved with medical management.
Histological assessment identified signs of obstructive uropathy in the kidneys with ligated ureters, as opposed to the non-obstructed kidneys.