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Table 1 Characteristics of sample

From: Impact of surgical intervention on progression to end-stage renal disease in patients with posterior urethral valve

Age at presentation Number of patients (Total = 35)
ANC 4
0–6 months 9
6–12 months 3
1–2 years 11
2–5 years 2
> 5 years 6
Serum creatinine at presentation (mg%) Number of patients
0–1 10
01-Feb 19
02-May 3
> 5 3
Ultrasonography features at presentation Number of patients
Thick trabeculated bladder 15 (42.8%)
Dilated posterior urethra 03 (8.5%)
Normal kidneys 04 (11.4%)
Hydroureteronephrosis 20 (57.1%)
Renal cystic changes 02 (5.7%)
Pyonephrosis 02 (5.7%)
Shrunken kidneys 01 (2.8%)
CMD loss 10 (28.5%)
Raised Echoes 11 (31.4%)
Age at PUV fulguration Number of patients
0–1 month 5
1–12 months 6
1–2 years 10
2–5 years 5
> 5 years 9
Interval between diagnosis of PUV and Valve fulguration Number of patients
0–1 month 20
1–12 months 10
1–2 years 2
2–5 years 2
> 5 years 1