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There are two recognised elimination disorders, functional encopresis and functional enuresis. Elimination disorders can occur when children who are old enough to eliminate bodily waste appropriately, repeatedly deposit or discharge feces or urine in inappropriate places, or at inappropriate times.

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PsychNet-UK Functional Encopresis - - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc. No Video Available
A Biobehavioral Approach to the Treatment of Functional Encopresis in Children. - An Article. Not Rated
 
Causes of Non-Retentive Encopresis - Characteristics include soiling accompanied by daily bowel movements that are normal in size and consistency. A physiological cause for non-retentive encopresis is rarely identified. The medical assessment is usually normal, and signs of constipation are noticeably absent. 3/5  
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Elimination Disorders: Encopresis - MedicineNet.com information.Elimination disorders occur in children who have problems going to the bathroom—both defecating and urinating. Although it is not uncommon for young children to have occasional "accidents," there may be a problem if this behavior occurs repeatedly for longer than 3 months, particularly in children older than 5 years. 4/5
 
Elimination Disorders Encopresis (soiling) - Encopresis refers to soiling with no physical basis. A child with encopresis passes feces in inappropriate places, such as underwear or on the floor, after the time when bowel control is physiologically possible and after the age at which toilet training is expected to be accomplished. 3/5
  Functional Encopresis - Aka: Primary Nonretentive Encopresis, Stool Toileting Refusal 2/5
 
Treatment Guidelines for Primary Nonretentive Encopresis and Stool Toileting Refusal - Nonretentive encopresis refers to inappropriate soiling without evidence of fecal constipation and retention. This form of encopresis accounts for up to 20 percent of all cases. Characteristics include soiling accompanied by daily bowel movements that are normal in size and consistency. BRETT R. KUHN, PH.D., BETHANY A. MARCUS, PH.D., and SHERYL L. PITNER, M.D., M.P.H. University of Nebraska Medical Center Omaha, Nebraska. 3/5
 
Wiki - Encopresis.Encopresis also known as paradoxical diarrhea) is involuntary "fecal soiling" in adults and children who have usually already been toilet trained. Persons with encopresis often leak stool into their undergarments. 3/5
 
                             
Click Here  - Functional Enuresis
  PsychNet-UK Functional Enuresis - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
  Functional Enuresis: Pharmacological versus Behavioral Treatment. A downloadable artice. Not rated
  Wiki - Enuresis - Enuresis refers to an inability to control urination. Use of the term is usually limited to describing individuals old enough to be expected to exercise such control 3/5
   
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Google Scholarly Article on Elimination Disorders in Children - Click Here There are two recognised elimination disorders, functional encopresis and functional enuresis. Elimination disorders can occur when children who are old enough to eliminate bodily waste appropriately, repeatedly deposit or discharge feces or urine in inappropriate places, or at inappropriate times.
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No More Bedwetting: How to Help Your Child Stay Dry (Paperback)

Childhood Encopresis and Enuresis: Causes and Therapy (Paperback)

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