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Monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis
Pelin Ertan 1, Bertan Karaboğa 1
1 - Celal Bayar Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Çocuk Sağlığı ve Hastalıkları AD Çocuk Nefroloji B.D Manisa, Türkiye
Dicle Med J 2012; 39(1):145-152
ICID: 987159
Article type: Review article
IC™ Value: 2.40
Abstract provided by Publisher
Enuresis Nocturna is the most common urologic problem
in childhood. There is not a consensus about terminology.
Terminology identified by The International Children’s
Continence Society (ICCS) is recommended. Bed-wetting
at night during sleep (incontinence) in children above 5
years of age who don’t have congenital or acquired central
nervous system defect is defined as enuresis nocturna.
There are two groups monosymptomatic (simple)
and non-monosymptomatic (complicated). Monosymptomatic
enuresis nocturna (MNE) has no symptoms other
than bed-wetting at night during sleep. Various theories
concerning etiology of MNE has been suggested; one or
more of genetic, hormonal, bladder associated and sleep
disorders are stated to play a role. Self-improvement can
be achieved each year by 15% increasing maturity. Under
pinning treatment and in addition to this unique treatment
must be done by considering the factors in the pathophysiology.
The success of the treatment and roadmap
to be followed must be arrange with child and family. The
purpose of this eclectic is; evaluation of correct diagnosis,
differential diagnosis, patient follow-up and treatment options
of the cases applicant with nocturnal enuresis based
on the current knowledge of ICCS and Turkey Enuresis
Treatment Guide

ICID 987159

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