Several therapeutic modalities are currently available. This article reviews current state-of-the-art therapies, highlights current literature, and provides an update on recent developments within the field of enuresis nocturna. Enuresis nocturna is the involuntary loss of urine during the night in the absence of organic disease. It is a very common pediatric issue, of which the prevalence of children who may suffer from this condition is estimated at 3. This is a result of the increasing number of children who spontaneously achieve nighttime bladder control. Monosymptomatic enuresis ME and nonmonosymptomatic enuresis NME have to be differentiated before any kind of therapy protocol is initiated.
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Infantile Enuresis: Current State-of-the-Art Therapy and Future Trends
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