Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common problem in infants and young children affecting about 2–5% of all small
children. Almost a third to half of infants who are inflicted with urinary infection are likely to have an abnormal urinary
tract, commonest of which is vesicoureteric reflux (VUR). Around 10–20% of children with VUR end with hypertension
or end stage renal disease stressing the need to diagnose and manage these children early. This article reviews
current status of clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and management of children with VUR.