Thirty of a total of ninety children, residents in the Norwegian Lutheran Home for Children, were studied. Fifteen of these were enuretic, and fifteen served as a control group. All of the children in the home about whom there were complaints of bed wetting were included, with the exception of two, aged 3 years. Nine boys and six girls comprised each group. They ranged in age from 5 to 14 years. The objectives of this study were: (1) to determine and evaluate causative factors of enuresis in each individual case, if possible; (2) to determine significant differences, if any, between the enuretic group and a nonenuretic group of children from the same home and (3) to determine the response of the enuretic children to a group method of treatment.
INCIDENCE OF ENURESIS
Of the fifteen enuretic children included in our study, eight were known to have had the condition before