nocturnal enuresis


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nocturnal enuresis

[näk′tərn·əl ‚en·yu̇′rē·səs]
(medicine)
Involuntary nocturnal urination during sleep.
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Gradual tapering of desmopressin leads to better outcome in nocturnal enuresis.
The finding of neurogenic detrusor overactivity in combination with impaired con tractility, along with his history of Parkinsonism and more recent diagnosis of dementia, impacted our decision to avoid prescribing antimuscarinic agents to prevent urge incontinence and nocturnal enuresis.
17); 55 children with nocturnal and diurnal enuresis, 56 children with nocturnal enuresis alone and 155 healthy children as the control group were included in this study in which internalizing and externalizing problems were examined in nocturnal and diurnal enuresis in the frame of Five-Factor Model.
In an article entitled "Pediatric Nocturnal Enuresis (Bedwetting)" published on the National Association for Continence website, in the section entitled "Practical Management Tips," it mentions that odors can linger in a room even if wet bedding and clothing are taken care of in a prompt manner.
Successful treatment of primary nocturnal enuresis improves self-esteem ratings, probably to normal (SOR: B, randomized, controlled trial, prospective cohort, and case-control studies).
Nocturnal enuresis is a common condition that can have a profound impact on the affected children and their families.
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.
of Phoenix, provide pediatricians and psychologists with empirically supported treatments for common children's mental health and medical problems: disruptive behavior, anxiety and depression, habit disorders like tics and thumbsucking, sleep disorders, encopresis, nocturnal enuresis, pain, and adherence to medical regimens.