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Prof. Søren Rittig, Two approaches in diagnosis of bedwetting

ESPU congress, October 2015, Prague Czech Republic


Q: Can you please give our viewers an advice on how to accurately diagnose and treat their patients with desmopressin - especially concerning the preferred form of administration for children, time for follow-up and optimal treatment duration?

A: You have two options in diagnose of bedwetting. Either you find out the underlying condition or you try a treatment.  

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