Diagnosis and theraphy of urinary infections. What should always remember (clinical lecture). Part 1

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The clinical lecture is devoted to the systematization of the knowledge of a wide range of physicians and urologists about the importance of the problem of uncomplicated urinary tract infections, their prevalence in our country and the world, the causes and frequency of occurrence in children and adults, diagnostic features based on clinical manifestations of the disease, laboratory data taking into account the formation of biofilms, the presence of sexually transmitted diseases. A special place is given to the problem of recurrences of cystitis due to the anatomical features of the female urethra, the need and the possibilities for their correction. An important place in the lecture is devoted to the role of general practitioners, district therapists, nephrologists, urologists, gynecologists in outpatient examination and treatment of these patients.


Vladimir V. Borisov

Author for correspondence.
vvb56@yandex.ru
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
Russian Federation, 8-2, Trubetskaya street, Moscow, 119992

doctor of medical science, professor, Department of Internal, Occupational Diseases and Pulmonology

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