Management of prenatally detected third trimester unilateral hydronephrosis

Are you involved in the management of prenatally detected hydronephrosis? If so, your input is invaluable. Please fill this online survey that should take less than 3 minutes.

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Prenatally detected unilateral hydronephrosis is a common abnormality detected on prenatal scans. We, a team of fetal medicine, neonatal and paediatric urology experts feel a need of standardising guidelines and pathway for management of this condition regionally and nationally. To do so, it will be useful to understand current practice in all the hospitals across the country.


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