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Practice parameter for the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with enuresis.
Enuresis is a symptom that is frequently encountered in child psychiatric evaluations. Careful assessment is required to identify specific urologic, developmental, psychosocial, and sleep-relatedExpand
The plain abdominal roentgenogram in the management of encopresis.
OBJECTIVE To determine whether fecal retention in encopretic children can be assessed objectively using the plain abdominal roentgenogram and whether roentgenographic evidence of fecal retention isExpand
Spinal Epidural Abscess
Spinal epidural abscess is an unusual disease in the pediatric age group, requires early diagnosis and prompt surgical drainage to insure a good clinical outcome. Back pain and fever are usually theExpand
Plasma levels and efficacy of imipramine treatment for enuresis.
OBJECTIVE To determine the relationship between serum drug level and treatment efficacy in enuretic children treated with imipramine (IMI). METHOD Eighteen children with primary nocturnal enuresisExpand
Encopresis Treatment Outcome: Long-Term Follow-Up of 45 Cases
Among children diagnosed and treated for encopresis (N=88) at either of two incontinence clinics between 1986 and 1994, 45 could be assessed for long-term (>12 months) outcome. Measures consisted ofExpand
Pediatric code cards.
  • R. Rockney
  • Medicine
  • American journal of diseases of children
  • 1988
Life-threatening emergencies or "code blue" situations provoke anxiety for most physicians and other health care professionals. This is especially true when the critically ill patient is an infant orExpand
Casualties from a junior-senior high school during the Persian Gulf War: toxic poisoning or mass hysteria?
Mass hysteria is a bizarre and uncommon epidemic phenomenon. The usual victims are adolescent females and school settings are frequent. The epidemics are characterized by the rapid onset of aExpand
Summary of the practice parameter for the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with enuresis.
Enuresis is a symptom that is frequently encountered in child psychiatric evaluations. Careful assessment is required to identify specific urologic, developmental, psychosocial, and sleep-relatedExpand
Dropping the shelf examination: does it affect student performance on the United States Medical Licensure Examination Step 2?
OBJECTIVE Does use of the pediatric shelf examination affect students' performance on the United States Medical Licensure Examination (USMLE) Step 2 pediatric subtest? METHODS The National Board ofExpand
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