FP Essentials™

Urologic Conditions in Infants and Children

Edition #488 | January 2020

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In This Edition

  • Counsel parents on the risks and benefits of newborn male circumcision.
  • Summarize the differences among the common procedural approaches tocircumcision.
  • Discuss the similarities and differences among inguinal hernia, hydrocele, andcryptorchidism in children.
  • Discuss the evaluation of children with inguinal hernia, hydrocele, or cryptorchidism and referral for surgical management when appropriate.
  • Counsel parents regarding the timing of and techniques for toilet training.
  • Summarize childhood nocturnal enuresis and recommended effective managementstrategies.
  • Describe the key steps in diagnosis and management of urinary tract infections ininfants and children.
  • Discuss when to obtain ultrasonography and voiding cystourethrography in theevaluation of infants and children with urinary tract infections.
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