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by I. Kolvin,R. C. MacKeith,S. R. Meadow

eBook Bladder Control and Enuresis (Clinics in Developmental Medicine (Mac Keith Press)) epub
  • ISBN: 0521442915
  • Author: I. Kolvin,R. C. MacKeith,S. R. Meadow
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mac Keith Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 328 pages
  • ePUB size: 1942 kb
  • FB2 size 1543 kb
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Bladder Control and Enuresis (Clinics in Development Medicine). Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780901260420 (978-01260-42-0) Hardcover, Mac Keith Press, 1973. Martin Bax. Ronald Charles MacKeith. Learn More at LibraryThing. MacKeith at LibraryThing.

In this book attention is given to bladder control, reflecting current interest in developmental aspects of paediatrics, and to enuresis, reflecting . Bladder Control and Enuresis Clinics in developmental medicine, ISSN 0069-4835.

In this book attention is given to bladder control, reflecting current interest in developmental aspects of paediatrics, and to enuresis, reflecting the need to relieve a common cause of unhappiness. The topics discussed include how most children become dry by age four or five, and why a minority do not; why these children go on wetting their beds, and why some start doing so after a period of dryness. The prevalence of bedwetting in younger children varies curiously in different countries. Issy Kolvin, Ronald Charles MacKeith, S. R. Meadow. Heinemann Medical, 1973.

1 Kolvin, . Mac Keith, R. and Meadows, S. in Clinics in Develop-mental . 4 Meadow, . Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1974, 49, 257. 6 Dische, . in Bladder Control and Enuresis, Clinics in Developmental. in Clinics in Develop-mental Medicine, nos. 48-49. London, Heinemann, 1973. 2 Forsythe, W. and Redmond, . Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1974, 49, 259. 3 Blackwell, . and Currah, . in Bladder Control and Enuresis, Clinics in Developmental Medicine, nos. Medicine, nos.

Series: Clinics in Developmental Medicine (Mac Keith Press) (Book 109). Hardcover: 202 pages.

Clinics in Developmental Medicine, 48–49, 73–77. Studies on encopresis. In I. Kolvin, R. C. MacKeith, & S. Meadow (Ed., Bladder control and enuresis. Philadelphia: Saunders. Blaivas, J. Labib, K. Bauer, S. & Retick, A. B. (1977).

In I. Meadow (E., Clinics in developmental medicine (Nos. 48/49): Bladder control and enuresis (pp. 66 – 69). Philadelphia: . Lippincott Co. E-mail: geffkenhiatry.

In Bladder control and enuresis. Clinics in Developmental Medicine, Nos. 48–49 (ed. I. McKeith, and S. Meadows). Spastics International Medical Publications and Heinemann, London. Turner, T. and Toller, D. S. (1986). British Medical Journal 292, 651-3. The concepts of the sick role and illness behaviour. In Advances in psychosomatic medicine, Vol. 8. Psychological aspects of physical illness (ed.

Bladder Control and Enuresis. In this book attention is given to bladder control, reflecting current interest in developmental aspects of paediatrics, and to enuresis, reflecting the need to relieve a common cause of unhappiness.

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A comprehensive review of enuresis, such as this, has long been overdue. In this book attention is given to bladder control, reflecting current interest in developmental aspects of paediatrics, and to enuresis, reflecting the need to relieve a common cause of unhappiness. The topics discussed include how most children become dry by age four or five, and why a minority do not; why these children go on wetting their beds, and why some start doing so after a period of dryness. The prevalence of bedwetting in younger children varies curiously in different countries. Treatment, by explanation, by drugs and by the buzzer, is well covered in practical detail. Previously published articles are reviewed. In too many it has been difficult to determine whether authors are consistently writing about day-time or night-time, life-long or acquired, wetting. Emphasis is given to papers in which soundly based research is clearly reported. Though this book was inspired by and derives from a recent International Colloquium at Newcastle, it is anything but a report of that Colloquium. To extend coverage and avoid repetition, a number of chapters have been specially written, and papers have been re-written, fused or omitted; several up-to-date, comprehensive and authoritative reviews have been included. Whether readers are community, hospital or family doctors, or psychologists, they can enjoy criticising and evaluating the at times differing views put forward, and can synthesise their own new and better conclusions. The editors have aimed to clear the way for further research by identifying clearly what is known and posing questions. Equally, however, it is hoped that this volume will promote a deeper and better understanding of bladder control and enuresis, and enable doctors who use it for reference to give more effective help to children with wetting problems.
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