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Progress in Pediatrics
September 1930

THE PSYCHIATRIC ASPECTS OF ENURESIS

Author Affiliations

LOS ANGELES
From the Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, and the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic.

Am J Dis Child. 1930;40(3):591-618. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1930.01940030129016
Abstract

  • Review of the Literature

    • Physiology and Incidence

      • Physiology of Normal Micturition

      • Prevalence

      • Sex

      • Family History

    • Classification of Cases

    • Physical Basis

      • Cystitis

      • Digestive Disturbances

      • Diet

      • Myelodysplasia

    • Treatment; Neurologic Aspects

      • Atropine

      • Thyroid

      • Pituitary Extract

      • Testicular Extract

      • Camphor

      • Epidural Injections

      • Neurotic Basis

      • Emotional Excitement

      • Depth of Sleep

      • Dreams

      • Hypnosis

      • Routine Measures

      • Psychic Treatment

      • Training

      • Conditioned Reflex

    • Causes

      • Psychoanalytic Views

    • Additional Factors

      • Epilepsy

      • Necessity for Circumcision

      • Tonsils

      • Heredity

      • Relation to Intelligence

      • Reversal of Concentration of Urine

      • Pressure

      • Position

  • Statistical Summary

    • Enuretic Patients

      • Age, Color and Nationality

      • Natal Conditions

      • Postnatal Conditions

      • Mental Status; General Characteristics

      • Influence of Home Life

      • Type, Frequency, Onset and Status of Enuresis

      • Relation to Siblings and Other Members of the Family

      • Conditioning Factors

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