encopresis


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Related to encopresis: enuresis
  • noun

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involuntary defecation not attributable to physical defects or illness

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The London hospital had sent Bielby a copy of a poster it used for children with encopresis and in return, Bielby sent the hospital one copy of Tim's Problem.
The trust has produced eight newsletters, each dealing with an aspect of bedwetting or soiling--the physiology of enuresis and encopresis, bladder retraining, bowel regimes, ways of helping children cope, helpful hints from parents about how to deal with school camps or sleepovers.
A sympathetic approach to encopresis is vital as scolding and criticising a child often makes the problems worse.
When it was questioned why all these complaints were not reported in the first assessment, it was explained that nucturnal enuresis was considered hereditary, urinary incontinence and encopresis were not reported because of emberrasement or were not considered as complaints and urgency/crossing legs was not paid attention to.
I'm a public health nurse and most of my client referrals are for children with eneuresis and/or encopresis concerns.
Nick had a very long history of encopresis, which had resisted all attempts to resolve it, including those instituted by various therapists.
La presencia de infecciones de transmision sexual, las quemaduras y laceraciones en la zona genital, la ropa rasgada, semen en la boca, la manifestacion de enuresis y encopresis y alteraciones en la salud pueden ser de gran ayuda.
Sexual abuse has a serious impact on child development, with children exhibiting a wide variety of symptoms including fear, nightmares, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), withdrawal, cruelty, delinquency, sexually inappropriate behaviour, enuresis, encopresis, running away and self-harming behaviours.
of Nebraska and Boys Town, Omaha) synthesize findings in the basic science and clinical management of childhood encopresis and enuresis, two of the many elimination disorders humans sometimes suffer.
White and Epston described the case of a 6-year-old boy with a history of encopresis.
Beginning at the age of 3 years, the patient developed increasingly anomalous behavior, which included frequent episodes of fatigue and apathy, persistent enuresis, and encopresis (fecal soiling), delayed language development, inability to integrate in her kindergarten group, and continual food intake in parallel with the avoidance of sweets and fruit.
Studies have shown a correlation between SC and behavior problems in a broad range of problem areas such as cancer, anxieties, nightmares, medical procedures, test anxiety, depression, sleeping problems, enuresis, encopresis, and stuttering (Hamama et al.
Functional encopresis (FE) refers to the repeated passage of feces into inappropriate places at least once per month for at least 3 months.