Reflux nephropathy epidemiology and demographics

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Epidemiology and Demographics

There is a genetic predisposition, first-degree relatives have a great increase in the chance of VUR.

The gene frequency is estimated to be 1:600. All children with UTI should be investigated for VUR.

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