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(Fecal incontinence)
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  • Urinary continence appears to enhance social participation and intimate relations in adolescents with myelomeningocele. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Urol 2018 Aug 14
  • Vu Minh Arnell M, Abrahamsson K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Studies in this patient group have shown that incontinence means that it's harder to live a healthy adult life. Children too worry about incontinence episodes at school, and 70% consider urinary incontinence a problem. A limitation in the study is the small population, something often seen in rare diseases.With standardized follow-up, active treatment strategy and uro/bowel therapy, the urinary continence rate in adolescents with MMC at the study center is high compared with adults with MMC in Sweden. It appears that urinary continence is important in enabling successful participation in social life and in intimate physical relations with others.
  • The effectiveness of biofeedback therapy in managing Bladder Bowel Dysfunction in children: A systematic review. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Rehabil Med 2018 Sep 03
  • Tremback-Ball A, Gherghel E, … Scanlon R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Biofeedback is a beneficial treatment for children with dysfunctional voiding and functional fecal incontinence. More conclusive research needs to be completed to explore the effects of biofeedback therapy treatment to make more concrete conclusions. Healthcare professionals should consider biofeedback as an alternative approach in conjunction with traditional treatments. A multidisciplinary approach is best when treating dysfunctional voiding and functional fecal incontinence in the pediatric population.
  • Anal incontinence after vaginal delivery or cesarean section. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Obstet Gynecol Scand 2018 Sep 11
  • Schei B, Johannessen HH, … Mørkved S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women with vaginal deliveries complicated by OASIS were at increased risk of anal incontinence. However, no increased risk of anal incontinence was found in nulliparous women or women with cesarean sections only or vaginal deliveries not complicated by OASIS. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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