The Journal of Pediatric Urology is the only peer-reviewed scientific journal to focus solely on all aspects of pediatric urology and related specialties, including fetal and prenatal urology. It has a range of expert editors supported by an international advisory board, and is indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE.
The Society for Fetal Urology(SFU) hydronephrosis registry began enrolling patients as of 5/01/06. Currently, three centers have received Institutional Review Board(IRB) approval and are actively enrolling patients. Currently, 6 other centers are in the process of applying for IRB approval prior to their participation in the registry. In addition, the Coordinating Council for Registries as well as the executive committee for the AAP both have given their widespread support for the prenatal hydronephrosis registry.
Backed by collaborative research, this module provides effective education for learning how to grade Hydronephrosis using the Society for Fetal Urology method.
Provides background and fundamentals
Unique learning method with visuals
Self Test tool
The February 2012 Edition of Dialogs in Pediatric Urology was soley dedicated to issues of fetal urological health. Inside the issue you will find:
Randomized Controlled Trials: The Frequently Recommended but Rarely Achieved Gold Standard
Clinical Versus Statistical Significance: Let’s Get Past the P-Value
Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis: Garbage In
Garbage Out versus Meaningful Data Crunching
Health Services Research with Administrative Data and the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care
Concomitant Ovotesticular DSD and Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
A Conservative Approach to the Ectopic Ureterocele Cloacal Exstrophy in Polyzygotic Multiples: A Case Series
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome with Posterior Urethral Valves: For Better or Worse
All Posterior Urethral Valves Are Not Alike
Fibroepithelial Polyp of the Verumontanum Presenting with Bladder Outlet Obstruction
A Case of Concurrent Prune Belly Syndrome and Posterior Urethral Valves Leading to Persistent Renal Failure Despite Maximal Upper Tract Drainage