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Nocturnal enuresis in children. II--Diagnosis and treatment of nocturnal enuresis



Nocturnal enuresis in children. II--Diagnosis and treatment of nocturnal enuresis



Medycyna Wieku Rozwojowego 3(2): 235-257



The classification of the various types of urination disorders among children as well as the latest theories explaining the causes of nocturnal enuresis were presented in the first part of the article entitled "Nocturnal Enuresis in Children" (in "Medycyna Wieku Rozwojowego" 1998, II, 1 pp. 55-69). The second part of this article concentrates on the differential diagnostics of urination disorders amongst patients seeking help for nocturnal enuresis. The diagnostic model developed by the Urodynamic Unit at the Department of Paediatric Surgery, National Research Institute of Mother and Child can be applied in an outpatient clinic. Hospitalization of the patient is not necessary to carry out the study, meaning that the child is spared any additional stress. Currently applied methods for treating nocturnal enuresis by non-pharmacological methods are also discussed in this text.

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