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The involuntary discharge of urine; urinary incontinence.

[New Latin, from Greek enourein, to urinate in : en-, in; see en-2 + ourein, to urinate.]

en′u·ret′ic (-rĕt′ĭk) adj.


[ˌenjʊˈretɪk] ADJenurético


[ˌɛnjəˈrɛtɪk] adjenuretico/a
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Congress have no power to disarm the militia," Coxe wrote in The Pennsylvania Gazette, back before newspapers had become havens for screaming hoplophobes and enuretic Fourth Estate Fifth Columnists.
Objective: In the treatment of monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis (MN E), enuretic alarm devices (EADs) are the first recommended treatment option.
The first Issue contains four original articles covering the study of self-esteem in enuretic children through the Rorschach method, exploring the validity of graphology with the Rorschach test, alternative ways of organizing the sensory universe, and using the defense mechanism test to aid in understanding the personality of senior executives and the implications for their careers.
Although more protected from harsh physical treatment than their ancestral peers, early twentieth century enuretic children were often subject to stigma, isolation, and other negative social consequences.
There is almost a 50 percent chance of parents who were enuretic having a child with the same problem.
In a survey of enuretic children, bedwetting was ranked as the third most stressful event in their lives, behind divorce and parental fighting.