enuresis


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Synonyms for enuresis

inability to control the flow of urine and involuntary urination

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El diario miccional completo incluye los episodios de incontinencia con los volumenes urinarios de 7 noches para evaluar la enuresis, y un registro del volumen y la frecuencia diurnos de 48 horas para evaluar los LUTD (7, 8).
The complete response rate of enuresis and partial response rate in full compliance group are higher than those of partial compliance and non-compliance group (21.
Results: The subdimension scores of both groups were compared, it was observed that children with enuresis had higher scores compared to their peers in all sub-tests except for the Sluggish Cognitive Tempo, Anxiety Disorders, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder sub-tests.
relationship of the individual with a positive history of enuresis to the child.
Nocturnal enuresis is associated with moderate-to-severe obstructive sleep apnea in children with snoring.
A systematic review including 4 case-control and 3 cohort studies of the impact of nocturnal enuresis on children and young people found that bedwetting was often, but not always, associated with lower self-esteem scores (or scores for symptoms similar to lower self-esteem) on standardized questionnaires.
Nocturnal enuresis is a common condition that can have a profound impact on the affected children and their families.
1981) Elimination problems: Enuresis and encopresis.
Typically it produces involuntary continuous leakage of urine from a ureter that is displaced beyond external sphincter this is called as enuresis ureterica.
I wanted to add to your list of suggestions that this fellow seek out a chiropractor who has a proven track record with correcting nocturnal enuresis (nighttime bedwetting).
Nocturnal enuresis refers to involuntary voiding only at night, above the age at which most children have stopped.
Objective: In the treatment of monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis (MN E), enuretic alarm devices (EADs) are the first recommended treatment option.
Known scientifically as nocturnal enuresis, bedwetting should not be seen as a possible medical issue unless a child continues to wet the bed at least twice weekly past the age of five, according to the CPS.