Treatment of Nocturnal Enuresis
Part of the The Plenum Behavior Therapy Series book series (PBTS)
Although functional enuresis is one of the more objectively measurable disorders clinicians treat, there is considerable disagreement about its definition.
KeywordsRelapse Rate Nocturnal Enuresis Tangible Reward Functional Bladder Capacity Enuretic Child
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