Enuresis: Manejo basado en la evidencia BMJ

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Bedwetting is a common symptom with many causes. Nocturnal enuresis is the most frequent cause; it is recognised by the absence of other urinary symptoms or signs of disease. Most children presenting with nocturnal enuresis have never been reliably dry, but in a minority enuresis has started after they had become dry, possibly triggered by stressful life events. If daytime wetting is present the child is most likely to have the urge syndrome, with or without urge incontinence as well, or dysfunctional voiding—functional  bladder disturbances that result in incontinence. Rarely, incontinence may be due to structural abnormalities of the urinary tract,  such as posterior urethral valves, or abnormalities of the nervous system, such as spinal dysraphism.

Evidence based paediatrics: Evidence based management of nocturnal enuresis Jonathan H C Evans BMJ 2001;323;1167-1169

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