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World Bedwetting Day 2016
Bedwetting in childhood: epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment
The pathophysiology of enuresis is complex and involves the central nervous system (several neurotransmitters and receptors), circadian rhythm (sleep and diuresis), and bladder dysfunction. Most often, enuresis results from a high arousal threshold (i.e. the child does not awaken to void when the bladder is full) combined with either nocturnal polyuria (i.e. over-production of urine at night) or nocturnal detrusor overactivity (and, therefore, reduced bladder capacity), or both...
World Bedwetting Webex
with Professor Serdar Tekgul, Professor Søren Rittig, Dr. Charlotte Van Herzeele, and Professor Johan Vande Walle
Sponsored by Ferring.