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ÇOCUKLUK ÇAĞINDA BÖBREK ABSESÎ

RENAL ABSCESS IN CHILDHOOD

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Renal abscess is uncommon in childhood and requires hospitalization, drainage and antibiotic therapy. In this paper, we report two children with renal abscess treated only with antibiotic therapy. The diagnosis had been made by ultrasonography and computed tomography. During the period of treatment a series of ultrasonography were performed to monitor resolution of abscess. The renal abscess in childhood treated in the right time and in the right way have good prognosis for the kidney and the patient.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Çocukluk çağında böbrek absesi nadir görülmekte olup, hospitalizasyon, drenaj ve antibiyotik tedavisi gerektirir. Bu çalışmada, sadece intravenöz antibiyotik ile tedavi edilen, böbrek abseli iki çocuk hasta sunulmaktadır. Her iki olguda da tanı, ultrasonografı ve kompüterize tomografi ile konmuş olup, hastaların tedaviye yanıtlat ultrasonografı ile takip edilmiştir. Çocukluk çağında böbrek absesi, erken tanınıp, uygun şekilde tedavi edilirse hem böbrek, hem de çocuk açısından iyiprognoza sahiptir.
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