Summary by Ground NewsFor treatment-naive children with enuresis, diagnosis is inconsistent. Questionnaires and voiding diaries are used for diagnosis. With each method, almost 30 percent of the children had a different diagnosis. A high correlation was seen for both methods in identifying MNE, but not non-MNE.
2 months ago·O' Neill, United States
Voiding Diaries, Questionnaires Inconsistent for Diagnosing Enuresis
THURSDAY, Oct. 6, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- For treatment-naive children with enuresis, diagnosis is inconsistent using questionnaires and voiding diaries, according to a study recently published online in Frontiers in
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