Paediatric haematuria – when should we be concerned?
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Mr Massimo Garriboli discusses the difficulties of diagnosing haematuria in infants and young children. Mr Garriboli covers vascular malformations, ureteral calculi and dysfunctional voiding to illustrate the warning signs of serious conditions that might have haematuria as a symptom.
This lecture was filmed at the "when do we call the surgeon? recognising surgical problems in paediatrics and president's prize" meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of Lecture: 14th Feburary 2017
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