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A father brings his twins (1 boy, 1 girl) in for their kindergarten checkup. He is concerned because both children wet the bed at night, and he wonders how long it will last. Which of the following statements regarding nocturnal enuresis is true?

(A) Prevalence at age 10 years ranges from 7% to 10%.
(B) A marked familial pattern is often noted.
(C) Workup routinely recommended in the management includes renal ultrasound and micturating cystourethrogram to rule out kidney disease and vesci coureteric reflux.
(D) Bed wetting alarms are rarely useful in the management of some children with enuresis.
(E) Among 5-year-old children, enuresis is more common in females.
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Answer B. runs in family

Choice A Prevalence at age 10 years is 5%

Choice C Workup is needed only when the behavorial and pharmacological treatments have failed

Choice D Bed wetting alrams are first line in treatment

Choice E Boys are three times more likely to bed wet than girls
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(B) A marked familial pattern is often noted.
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A father brings his twins (1 boy, 1 girl) in for their kindergarten checkup. He is concerned because both children wet the bed at night, and he wonders how long it will last. Which of the following statements regarding nocturnal enuresis is true?

(A) Prevalence at age 10 years ranges from 7% to 10%.
(B) A marked familial pattern is often noted.
(C) Workup routinely recommended in the management includes renal ultrasound and micturating cystourethrogram to rule out kidney disease and vesci coureteric reflux.
(D) Bed wetting alarms are rarely useful in the management of some children with enuresis.
(E) Among 5-year-old children, enuresis is more common in females.
Yes, it's B
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Yes answer B Runs in family..
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