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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 4506-4512

Urinary Tract Infections: Review

Ananya Dhiman, Saloni Gupta, Smriti Khare, Amit Gupta, Dr. Ved Prakash Dubey.


Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are one of the usual and conventional diseases originated all around the world. It can be said as one of the challenging topics in Medical Microbiological Laboratories. It has fewer reports of men in comparison to the females who are young, sexually active, pregnant or aged. It occurs in women of all age groups. The symptoms can also be seen in children. It affects the urinary system causing the kidney to be damaged in case of Complicated UTIs. Among all the uropathogens, Escherichia coli is one of the major causes of UTIs estimating 80- 85% of the total population. This review article hereby discusses about UTIs, their diagnosis, pathogenesis, and treatment by mainly natural products.

Key words: UTIs; microbiology; symptoms; diagnosis; pathogenesis.

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