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501. Urinary schistosomiasis: a report of four cases and a review. (PubMed)

enuresis was the presenting symptom in the index case; this patient also had hematuria and dysuria. Nocturia occurred in a second child, and the other two children were asymptomatic. All four were cured by a single dose of praziquantel, a new schistosomicide. The life cycle of the causative organism, the clinical manifestations of schistosomiasis, the host response and treatment with praziquantel are reviewed. (...) Urinary schistosomiasis: a report of four cases and a review. Urinary schistosomiasis is a common cause of hematuria in tropical regions, where it most often affects teenage boys. Children presenting with hematuria in the developed world are usually considered to have bacterial cystitis or a structural lesion and are investigated and treated accordingly. The authors report on a family recently returned to Canada from Nigeria in which all four children had urinary schistosomiasis. Nocturnal

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1984 Canadian Medical Association Journal

502. A randomized trial to assess childhood circumcision with the Plastibell device compared to a conventional dissection technique. (PubMed)

circumcision, but dysuria more so. No serious complication was encountered with either method; infection was slightly more common after the conventional procedure. Cosmetic results were similar for both methods. It is concluded that the Plastibell device is a satisfactory method for circumcising children of this age. (...) A randomized trial to assess childhood circumcision with the Plastibell device compared to a conventional dissection technique. A randomized trial of routine circumcision in children using the Plastibell device is described and compared to a dissection suturing technique. One hundred children were studied with a mean age of 4.7 years. The device was applicable to all boys up to the age of 8, and a few older. General discomfort was carefully assessed and slightly less common after plastibell

1981 British Journal of Surgery Controlled trial quality: uncertain

503. A survey of voiding dysfunction in children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder. (PubMed)

and a control group without ADHD.The Dysfunctional Voiding Symptom Survey (DVSS) was administered to a group of children being treated for rigorously diagnosed ADHD and a control group without ADHD. The DVSS consists of 10 questions that assess daytime incontinence, nocturnal enuresis, constipation, urgency, voiding frequency and dysuria, each scored from 0 to 4 (0-never, 1-almost never, 2-less than half the time, 3-about half the time, 4-almost every time) for a maximum total score of 40 (severest symptoms (...) A survey of voiding dysfunction in children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder. Physicians treating attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have long had the clinical impression that these children suffer disproportionately from voiding dysfunction and incontinence. However, no data exist to confirm this suspicion. In an attempt to investigate this clinical finding, we administered a survey asking about any functional bladder symptoms to a group of children with ADHD

2003 Journal of Urology

504. Clinical manifestations and functional outcomes in children with eosinophilic cystitis. (PubMed)

Clinical manifestations and functional outcomes in children with eosinophilic cystitis. Eosinophilic cystitis is a rare disorder, with fewer than 30 pediatric cases reported in the literature. We describe our experience with pediatric eosinophilic cystitis during a 20-year period.Four children referred to our institution were subsequently diagnosed with eosinophilic cystitis between 1984 and 2004. A retrospective chart review was performed to assess clinical presentation, diagnosis, treatment (...) and outcomes.Mean patient age at presentation was 10.8 years (range 5 to 18) and male-to-female ratio was 3:1. All 4 patients presented with irritative urinary symptoms, including 3 with dysuria and/or gross hematuria and 2 with urinary frequency, lower abdominal pain and/or a concomitant urinary tract infection. Allergic diseases (asthma, allergic rhinitis, etc) were present in 3 patients, and a formal allergen skin test was positive in 2 of those tested. A bladder mass mimicking malignancy was documented in 2

2005 Journal of Urology

505. Tubularized incised plate repair of distal hypospadias in toilet-trained children: should a stent be left? (PubMed)

Tubularized incised plate repair of distal hypospadias in toilet-trained children: should a stent be left? To evaluate the role of stenting in toilet-trained children undergoing tubularized incised plate (TIP) repair of distal hypospadias, as a stent-free TIP in boys who are not toilet-trained has been successful with no unusually prolonged discomfort.The study included all toilet-trained children with distal penile shaft hypospadias who were not suitable candidates for meatal advancement (...) procedures and who underwent TIP repair, by one surgeon, between March and August 2001. Patients were prospectively randomized at the end of surgery to either leaving a stent for 1 week (stented) or no stent (unstented). The study included 64 children (35 stented and 29 unstented; median age 6 years, range 2-17). In the stented group the stent was placed in the bladder for continuous bladder drainage. An adjunct penile block instead of caudal or epidural analgesia was used in all patients, to avoid drug

2003 BJU international Controlled trial quality: uncertain

506. Dysuria in adolescents (PubMed)

Dysuria in adolescents 10734814 2000 04 13 2018 11 13 0093-0415 172 3 2000 Mar The Western journal of medicine West. J. Med. Dysuria in adolescents. 201-5 Claudius H H Department of Emergency Medicine, Mattel Children's Hospital, UCLA 90095-1752, USA. iclaudiu@ucla.edu eng Journal Article Review United States West J Med 0410504 0093-0415 AIM IM Adolescent Adolescent Medicine Diagnosis, Differential Humans Incidence Risk Factors Sexually Transmitted Diseases complications diagnosis epidemiology

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2000 Western Journal of Medicine

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