enuresis


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en·u·re·sis

 (ĕn′yə-rē′sĭs)
n.
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.

enuresis

(ˌɛnjʊˈriːsɪs)
n
(Pathology) involuntary discharge of urine, esp during sleep
[C19: from New Latin, from Greek en-2 + ourein to urinate, from ouron urine]
enuretic adj, n

en•u•re•sis

(ˌɛn yəˈri sɪs)

n.
lack of control of urination; bed-wetting; urinary incontinence.
[1790–1800; < New Latin < Greek en- en-2 + ourē- (variant s. of oureîn to urinate) + -sis -sis]
en`u•ret′ic (-ˈrɛt ɪk) adj.

enuresis

The medical term for bed-wetting involving the involuntary emission of urine.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enuresis - inability to control the flow of urine and involuntary urinationenuresis - inability to control the flow of urine and involuntary urination
bed-wetting - enuresis during sleep; especially common in children (who usually outgrow it)
incontinence, incontinency - involuntary urination or defecation
overflow incontinence - urinary incontinence that occurs when the bladder is so full that it continually leaks urine; often attributable to a blocked urethra (e.g., due to prostate enlargement) or weak bladder muscles or nerve damage
stress incontinence - urinary incontinence that occurs when involuntary pressure is put on the bladder by coughing or laughing or sneezing or lifting or straining
urge incontinence - urinary incontinence that is generally attributable to involuntary contracts of the bladder muscle resulting in an urgent need to urinate accompanied by a sudden loss of urine; most common in people over 60 years of age
Translations

enuresis

[ˌenjʊəˈriːsɪs] Nenuresis f

enuresis

n (Med spec) → Enurese f

enuresis

[ˌɛnjʊˈriːsɪs] nenuresi f

en·u·re·sis

n. enuresis, incontinencia de orina;
nocturnal ______ nocturna.

enuresis

n enuresis f, (el) orinarse en la cama, (el) mojar la cama
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The Rule of '2' is a method to provide a simplified process of care for pediatric patients with dysfunctional voiding and/or enuresis. This teaching process was developed as a way to help pediatric patients and families be able to recall the rules of behavioral urotherapy that are easy to understand and follow, ultimately hoping to improve compliance, which in turn should provide more successful outcomes.
The International Children's Continence Society defines enuresis as incontinence of urine in discrete episodes while sleeping in a child aged >5 years (1).
Others experience muscle spasms that can lead to nocturnal enuresis, involuntary urination that happens at night while sleeping even after the age when a person should be able to control his or her bladder.
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Among their topics are Budge's Syriac Book of Medicines after 100 years: problems and prospects, putting theory into practice: Kisir-Assur's expertise between textual knowledge and practical experimentation, at the dawn of plant taxonomy: shared structural design of herbal descriptions in Sammu sikinsu and Theophrastus' Historia plantarum, a time to extract and a time to compile: the therapeutic compendium tablet BM 78963, and Ninmah and her imperfect creatures: the bed-wetting man and remedies to cure enuresis (STT 238).
A study of children in the United States revealed that the incidence of enuresis at age 11 was approximately 7% (1).
Prior information notice without call for competition: Health and care peripherals, this could include and not limited to occupancy sensors, medication dispensers, epilepsy and enuresis sensors.
Bedwetting, also referred to as sleep enuresis or urinary incontinence, is a normal occurrence in young children whose bladders are immature and still developing.
Children with ADHD commonly experience sleep problems such as resistance towards going to bed and night awakenings.[5,6] These problems are usually originated from non-biological causes, but can also be the result of undiagnosed biological sleep problems such as restless leg syndrome (RLS), sleep disordered breathing (SDB) or nocturnal enuresis (NE),[7] which are associated with poorer daily functioning.[6] NE is defined as urinary incontinence during sleep in children older than 5 years after excluding organic causes.[8]
Diversos estudios han encontrado tasas de incontinencia y enuresis hasta del 20 % en esta poblacion (1, 2).
To date, however, research regarding the unique relationship between each element of the triad (i.e., enuresis, cruelty to animals, and fire setting) and specific dimensions of parental abuse (i.e., psychological, physical, and sexual) among serial killers has been somewhat vague.