Harnwegsinfektionen

  • S. Krautzig

Zusammenfassung

Infektionen der Harnwege sind sehr häufig und stellen ein alltägliches Problem in der Praxis und im Krankenhaus dar. Sie können als Zystitis, Prostatitis oder Urethritis allein die unteren Harnwege befallen oder aber einseitig oder beidseitig die oberen Harnwege und das Nierenparenchym mitbetreffen (Pyelonephritis).

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