In: Bladder Control and Enuresis 1973; 258-275
With thanks to Elsevier for their support for this project and for giving permission to reproduce this chapter.
Reprinted from Bladder Control and Enuresis, I. Kolvin, R.C. MacKeith and S.R. Meadow (eds.) "Feature clustering and prediction of improvement in nocturnal enuresis", I. Kolvin, R.F. Garside, J. Taunch, J. Currah and R.A. McNay, pp. 258-275, (© Heinemann Medical, 1973).
Research has so far only inadequately addressed itself to the crucial question of whether certain kinds of treatment are more effective with certain kinds of enuretic. This paper describes a clinical trial, with a sample of bedwetters drawn from the general school population of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, which provided an opportunity to look into this question.