Management of Disorders of Bladder and Bowel Control in Children

Management of Disorders of Bladder and Bowel Control in Children

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Elimination disorders (nocturnal enuresis, urinary incontinence and encopresis) are among the most common disorders of childhood. Some disorders are primarily genetically determined, in others environmental factors predominate. Also, the rate of co-morbid behavioural disturbances differs greatly from one syndrome to another. Because of this variety and heterogeneity, each disorder requires specific approaches in assessment and treatment. This book provides an evidence-based overview of functional elimination disorders. It draws on the standardisation and terminology suggested by the International Children's Continence Society. Short case vignettes, photos and line drawings, as well as questionnaires and charts are provided. To enable a quick orientation for clinical purposes, summaries, guidelines and diagrams follow each chapter. This book is of interest to all professionals working in the more

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  • Mac Keith Press
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1898683778
  • 9781898683773

Table of contents

Authors' Appointments; Preface; List of Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; 2. Classification and definition; 3. Normal bladder and bowel development; 4. General principles: assessment; 5. General principles: treatment; 6. Nocturnal enuresis; 7. Functional urinary incontinence; 8. Organic urinary incontinence; 9. Functional faecal incontinence (encopresis); 10. Organic faecal incontinence; 11. Conclusion.; Appendices; References; more

About Alexander von Gontard

Alexander von Gontard is Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Saarland University Hospital in Homburg, Germany. Tryggve Neveus is Associate Professor and Consultant in Paediatric Nephrology at Uppsala university Children's Hospital in Uppsala, more