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Enuresis: sources and notes

Authors: Joel Ignasse, Dr. Nicolas Evrard and Sylvie Charbonnier.
Expert consultant: Dr. Georges Picherot, head of the pediatric department at Nantes University Hospital.

Sources:

Medicine & Childhood, "First results of the bedwetting survey", E. Antier, D. Aubert, JP White, A. Van Egroo, HB Lottmann, October 2003. Ch. Philippe et al. : "To treat the enuretic child without making it an illness". Medicine and childhood, 2007, 27, 3: 139-46.

Good use of desmopressin in isolated nocturnal enuresis in children - development. Afssaps, April 2006.

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