TABLE 3

Twelve Patients With CKD From the Literature Review Who Had UTIs in Childhood and no Definitive Noninfectious Cause for CKD

PatientFirst Kidney Imaging StudyClinical Data
DesignationGenderRef No.Renal Parenchymal FindingsTiming, y
AFemale11Severe bilateral scars7–12Hypertension and CKD in childhood, renal transplant at 24 y
BFemale11Severe bilateral scars7–12Hypertension and CKD in childhood, renal transplant at 25 y
CMale14 and 38Severe bilateral scars1–13CKD at 17 y
DFemale14 and 38Severe bilateral scars1–13CKD at 31 y
EFemale14 and 38Severe bilateral scars1–13CKD at 34 y
FFemale16Bilateral scars7Recurrent UTIs in childhood and adulthood, CKD at 22 y, fibrosis and focal atrophy in biopsy at 8 y
GFemale19Characteristic roentgenographic changes for CPNRRecurrent UTIs in childhood, CP in adulthood, CKD at 17 y
HFemale19Characteristic roentgenographic changes for CPNRRecurrent UTIs between 10 and 12 y, CP in adulthood, CKD at 45 y
IFemale20Dysplastic right kidneyNRRecurrent UTIs in childhood and adulthood, nephrectomy at 35 y, CP in adulthood
JFemale20NR27Recurrent UTIs at <13 y, CP in adulthood (biopsy)
KFemale20NR45Recurrent UTIs in childhood, CP in adulthood
LFemale20NR34Recurrent UTIs in childhood, CP in adulthood (biopsy)
  • CP indicates chronic pyelonephritis; NR, not reported.