Acute Lymphocytic Meningitis

W. Hughes
1937 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
ENURESIS IN CHILDREN MTHE.BJOUSH 1063 to many different environmental situations and bodily states, whether emotional, physical, or a mixture of the two; and to assume that in no two cases is it due to an identical combination of factors. At all events it is quite possible to persuade most of the children to change the habit by simple encouragement or by other suggestive means; nor is the task very laborious. Summary 1. A series of seventy cases of enuresis in mentally normal children is
more » ... children is described, with the procedure by which they were treated. 2. The results of treatment are analysed and show at least 60 per cent. of cures maintained over a length of time by the one method, and additional cures by other methods to suit the individual case. 3. Theories of aetiology and different methods of treatment are briefly discussed. 4. Most of the cases may be cured by simple procedures based on encouragement or suggestion.
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.3985.1063 fatcat:kfwfw5jh45dgvefcrrkrrewbmm