incontinence

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incontinence

[in′känt·ən·əns]
(medicine)
Inability to control the natural evacuations, as the feces or the urine; specifically, involuntary evacuation from organic causes.
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Encopresis usually disappears with further toilet training once any constipation has been treated or emotional problems resolved.
Soiling Solutions[R]: An Internet and manual based approach to treating encopresis.
Nick's presenting problem of encopresis is depicted as a force outside of Nick, acting on Nick in an attempt to trick him and corrupt him, and is even given a name by Nick, "Sneaky Poo.
3) Both significantly increased stool frequency and decreased encopresis.
In retrospect, the patient's strict avoidance of fructose-containing food, combined with recurrent episodes of fatigue and apathy, persistent enuresis and encopresis, delayed language development, and the fact that the symptoms started at the time of weaning, suggests HFI as the most probable diagnosis in this patient (1).
8) system encopresis, colostomy, Hirschprung's disease, short bowel syndrome Gastrostomy tube fed 15 (6.
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.
Como se puede apreciar los temas que se desarrollan son tan variados que van desde los mas habituales, como enuresis y encopresis, a los mas actuales como la adiccion al ciber-sexo, una nueva patologia bastante frecuente o alienacion parental, no contemplada en el DSM IV, que se refiere a casos de divorcios en el cual uno de los miembros de la pareja activamente ataca al otro poniendo como intermediarios a los hijos.
Examining problems which are of central concern to practicing clinicians--including child abuse, enuresis and encopresis, ADHD, childhood conduct problems, adolescent violence, drug abuse, anxiety and depression, anorexia and bulimia nervosa, pediatric pain, and post-divorce adjustment problems--it also highlights priority areas for future research on the treatment of children and adolescents' psychological problems.