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Congenital obstructive uropathy is compromised urine flow and transport that begins in utero, impairing fetal renal development and function.
Congenital obstructive uropathies represent a major cause of renal failure in infants and children.
Obstructive uropathy is a common entity and an important disorder that may cause kidney failure during childhood.
The management of obstructive uropathy in children is important since the long-term outcomes may cause significant effects like hypertension, growth failure, recurrent urinary tract infections, and eventual kidney failure.
To achieve good clinical outcomes through careful management, a multidisciplinary approach followed by a paediatric nephrologist, paediatric urologist, and the child’s primary physician is imperative.