Washington: Uncircumcised boys are at higher risk of urinary tract infection, regardless of whether the urethra is visible, a new study has revealed.Urinary tract infections are one of the most common serious bacterial infections in children and, if not treated, can cause an infection of the blood or scar the kidneys.To determine whether the risk for infection is higher in boys with a visible urethral meatus, researchers looked at a cross-section of 393 boys who visited an emergency department with symptoms of a possible urinary tract infection. Of the 393 boys, 40 were uncircumcised and had a visible urethral meatus, 269 had a partially or nonvisible meatus, and 84 were circumcised.
Rahul Gandhi addresses FICCI meet
Is AAP afraid to form a govt?
Adarsh scam: A tale of greed and nepotism?
Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung recommends President`s rule in Delhi