Achieving urinary continence in children

  title={Achieving urinary continence in children},
  author={H Wu},
  journal={Nature Reviews Urology},
Achievement of urinary continence is an important developmental step that most children attain with the assistance of their parents and caregivers. Debate continues as to the best time to toilet train; in some Asian and African cultures children are trained as infants, while training at age 2–3 years is more typical in Western cultures. Infant voiding is not merely a spinal reflex, as the sensation of bladder filling is relayed to the brain. However, the ability of the brain to inhibit bladder… CONTINUE READING
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