dysfunctional elimination syndrome

dysfunctional elimination syndrome

an abnormal pattern of elimination of unknown cause, characterized by both urine and stool and by bladder and bowel incontinence, occurring in previously toilet-trained children without anatomic or neurologic abnormalities.
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A multivariate analysis of dysfunctional elimination syndrome, and its relationships with gender, urinary tract infection and vesicoureteral reflux in children.
Development of a symptom score for dysfunctional elimination syndrome. J Urol 2009;182(4 Suppl):1939-1943.
The relationship among dysfunctional elimination syndromes, primary vesicoureteral reflux and urinary tract infections in children.
In addition, 10 of 24 children (42%) with temporal lobe epilepsy were misdiagnosed with GERD (five cases), recurrent abdominal pain (two cases), or cyclic vomiting, gastric pain, or dysfunctional elimination syndrome (one case each).
Effectiveness of biofeedback for dysfunctional elimination syndrome in pediatrics: a systematic review.
(5) A variety of urological conditions recognized as part of the BBD spectrum (previously known as dysfunctional elimination syndrome or dysfunctional voiding) are listed below according to ICCS terminology.
Interactions of constipation, dysfunctional elimination syndrome, and vesicoureteral reflux.
We excluded patients with previous endoscopic treatment of VUR, active infection at the time of injection, untreated dysfunctional elimination syndrome defined by 3-day diary and validated questionnaires (DVSS, (14) Rome III (15)), and absence of follow-up imaging studies.
Dysfunctional elimination syndrome is a negative predictor for vesicoureteral reflux.
Animated biofeedback: An ideal treatment for children with dysfunctional elimination syndrome. Journal of Urology, 186(6), 2379-2384.
CHICAGO -- Treating dysfunctional elimination syndrome in children with idiopathic urethritis can lead to a faster response than treating with traditional antibiotics and analgesics alone, Dr.
The relationship among dysfunctional elimination syndromes, primary vesicoureteric reflux and urinary tract infection in children.
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